Its is getting harder to separate truth from fiction

Lets work together to weed out mis and dis information 

About Us


News Literacy Project

News Literacy Project

News Literacy Project

The News Literacy Project  is a national education offering nonpartisan, independent programs that teach students how to know what to trust in the digital age.



News Literacy Project

News Literacy Project

The News Literacy Project, empowers educators to teach students the skills they need to become smart, active consumers of news and information and engaged, informed participants in our democracy.


Media Partners

News Literacy Project

Media Partners

Media organizations and journalists are essential partners in the News Literacy Project’s work to help young people confidently navigate today’s challenging information landscape and become responsible digital citizens.

Connecting Journalist with Educators

Our NLP’s  offers educators a first-hand introduction to news literacy, along with tools and resources they can use in their classrooms and the opportunity to connect directly with journalists in their communities.

 In these day-long professional development sessions, teachers and librarians at middle schools and high schools visit a local news outlet for training with journalists from that newsroom and our staff.

How we work


We offer compelling interactive professional development  for educators from a variety of disciplines, including librarians and technology/media specialists.

Newsroom to Classroom program

For our Newsroom to Classroom program, we partner with journalists who can help reinforce the news literacy lessons  These journalists either visit schools and organise face to face lessons or run webinars. To that end, The News Literacy Project has developed a set of guidelines to ensure volunteers meet our standards.

Empowering students to become smart consumers of information

Leveraging our IT platform working  with schools to organise periodic lessons to uncover facts from fictions  especially during national issues.