Celebrating News Literacy Change-Makers

In recognition of their outstanding achievements and commitment to news literacy education during a school year filled with challenges, the News Literacy Project has named the recipients of its 2022 educator, journalist and student of the year awards. The honorees have distinguished themselves in their commitment to news literacy in their classrooms, in their professions and in their daily lives. We also acknowledge their efforts as leading voices in support of news literacy education.

Please join us in celebrating our 2022 honorees by watching the awards ceremony below and exploring this page to learn more about those who are leading the way in news literacy.

Past honorees

NLP has honored a journalist each year since 2016, a student annually since 2017 and an educator annually since 2020. This is the first year the educator award is named for NLP founder and CEO Alan C. Miller. Read about our previous honorees.

John S. Carroll Journalist of the Year

Gwen Ifill Student of the Year

Educator of the Year

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