Detroit educators: Don’t miss this upcoming NewsLitCamp®


End your school year on a high note by attending the News Literacy Project’s premier free professional learning event, NewsLitCamp.

Detroit NewsLitCamp, Part 2, June 23, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. ET

Please join us for a virtual half-day of professional learning focusing on key news literacy concepts built exclusively for educators within the Detroit Public Schools Community District and surrounding areas.

During this NewsLitCamp, you can expect to hear firsthand from journalists with the Detroit Free Press and the Michigan Advance. This is the second installment of our NewsLitCamp Detroit series for the 2021-22 school year. This event is sponsored by the Knight Foundation.

Register today!

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