NLP’s Suzannah Gonzales is guest on Minnesota Public Radio

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Suzannah Gonzales, NLP’s associate director of education, was a guest on the Minnesota Public Radio program News With Kerri Miller on Jan. 22. She was joined by Barbara Fister, scholar-in-residence at the nonprofit research institute Project Information Literacy.  The segment, titled “How to educate young people about information, news literacy,” addressed  information challenges  and explored education tools we all can use to navigate the information landscape.

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