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Are you attending #AASL21?
If you happen to be at the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) National Conference in Salt Lake City this week, please come see us at booth #623! We're also hosting a happy hour on Friday, right before a conference screening of "Trust Me," a documentary about how an avalanche of biased news and misinformation is undermining trust in society. The film is also a focus of our classroom guide developed by NLP — worth checking out whether or not you’ll be at the conference!Get the classroom guide
Monica Valdes is a Miami Social Studies teacher with eighteen years in education. Monica is also the Founder of the (Youth) 2019 West Miami International Film Festival.
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