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NewsLitCamp Detroit


Tuesday, November 2, 2021
9:00 AM

Registration facilitated by Detroit Public Schools. More details coming soon.

Please note: This event is open only to Detroit Public School educators. If you are a DPS educator, access the following link to register:

A virtual, regional, educator-centered professional development experience in collaboration with Detroit Public Schools and the Detroit Free Press

Join the News Literacy Project (NLP) and Detroit Public Schools on Nov. 2 for a virtual, educator-focused NewsLitCamp® led by journalists from the Detroit Free Press and NLP’s news literacy experts, designed to empower you to teach news literacy.

This event is open to all educators in Detroit Public Schools.

Questions? Email us at or visit us at for more information.

This NewsLitCamp is sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight foundation.

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