New PD series coming in September


Teachers: You asked, and we answered! Teaching News Literacy is an affordable professional development series of three online workshops that will help you become news literacy leaders in the classroom.

The hour-long sessions cover the basics of news literacy and delve into more complex topics, such as the connection between news literacy and civic involvement.

You will come away with fresh ideas, new tools and top-of-the-line resources that will help you integrate news literacy into your lessons and empower your students to become active and engaged participants in civic life.

The registration fee is $10 for a single session or $25 for all three.

Learn more and sign up today!

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