The News Literacy Project

The News Literacy Project

News Literacy Project: Donate & Support

Back to School Campaign: Join us in the fight for a future founded on facts

Kids need more than masks and hand sanitizer to stay safe. Students face a daily onslaught of mis- and disinformation. The events of the last 18 months have made it clear just how urgently students need critical thinking skills and tools to distinguish fact from fiction.
Over 40,000 educators rely on our free programs and resources. The News Literacy Project is the nation’s leading provider of impactful, relevant resources and programs to teach news literacy. As teachers and students face an uncertain start to the school year ahead, we are doing everything possible to support those on the front lines in the fight for facts.
Your generous support makes this possible. Thank you for standing with us at this extraordinary time.The impact you make: Your gift will allow us to
  • support our growing network of over 40,000 educators.
  • engage hundreds of thousands of middle and high school students from across the country.
  • develop new lessons, including a three-part science literacy curriculum, on the Checkology® virtual classroom.
  • create free newsletters and resources with timely content for educators and the public.
The impact you make: Your gift will allow us to
  • support our growing network of over 40,000 educators.
  • engage hundreds of thousands of middle and high school students from across the country.
  • develop new lessons, including a three-part science literacy curriculum, on the Checkology® virtual classroom.
  • create free newsletters and resources with timely content for educators and the public.

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The News Literacy Project is a 501(c)(3) educational organization. All our programs are nonpartisan and independent. The support we receive from donors and foundations does not determine or influence the content we develop and provide in our Checkology virtual classroom or other resources. A copy of our most recent independent audit is available upon request.

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