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Classroom to Newsroom

The News Literacy Project

The News Literacy Project

The News Literacy Project

The News Literacy Project’s Newsroom to Classroom program  brings journalists into middle schools and high schools — in person and virtually — to share their knowledge and expertise with students in their community, 

How is it offered

The News Literacy Project

The News Literacy Project

This program — offered either  through NLP’s   virtual classroom or face to face — provides unique opportunities for students to hear from real-world experts, for journalists to participate in news literacy education and for educators to enhance their students’ classroom learning

How we do it

The News Literacy Project

See Behind the Scene

Our Platform makes it easy for educators with Premium accounts to request a visit from a vetted NLP journalist volunteer:

See Behind the Scene

See Behind the Scene

See Behind the Scene

Demystify the practice of quality journalism.

Connecting with the journalists behind the headlines serves as an invaluable resource for teachers and a powerful news literacy learning experience for students.

Share the big news

See Behind the Scene

Share the big news

Demonstrate how to think critically and become information-savvy in today’s complex online landscape.

How it works

See Behind the Scene

Share the big news

Register in our Media Portal 

You can search journalists by location, area of expertise or relevant topics. 

Invite a journalist to your class through the platform; then arrange the visit directly over email.