Logan Aimone teaches journalism at University of Chicago Laboratory High School, where he advises the newspaper and yearbook staffs. For six years, he led the National Scholastic Press Association and Associated Collegiate Press as executive director, and later he was on the team at School Newspapers Online. He spent the first decade of his career teaching journalism at Wenatchee High School in Washington state, where his students were recognized in the state and nationally for coverage of important, relevant and sometimes-controversial stories.
A frequent presenter at conventions and workshops, he has received the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Key, NSPA’s Pioneer Award and was a Dow Jones News Fund Distinguished Adviser and Special Recognition Adviser. In Washington state, he was adviser of the year and received the Fern Valentine Freedom of Expression Award. He co-authored two textbooks. He has a B.A. from Central Washington University, a M.Ed. from the University of Missouri-Columbia and holds Master Journalism Educator certification from the Journalism Education Association.