NLP cited in report on status of media literacy education

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NLP received a shout-out from the education news site Education Dive on Jan. 7. In “Report: Florida, Ohio called ‘advanced leaders’ in K-12 media literacy efforts,” reporter Linda Jacobson looked at a new report by Media Literacy Now, a national advocacy group, detailing the status of state laws and proposed legislation promoting media literacy education for grades K-12. Jacobson noted that NLP provides educators with both resources and professional development programs.

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