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  • May 2018 E-Newsletter

    Get info on our newest online exhibit, "Photographic Lies in Stalin's Russia," our Teacher Appreciation Sweepstakes, a religious studies summer institute and more! Not on our mailing list? Subscribe here!

  • April 2018 E-Newsletter

    Get info on NewsLitCamp, a free media literacy webcast, archived front pages from the National School Walkout and March for Our Lives, a survey on teaching about the First Amendment and free expression, and a summer institute update. Not on our mailing list? Subscribe here!

  • February/March 2018 E-Newsletter

    Check out our newsletter devoted entirely to resources and programs to help teachers and students discuss planned walkouts and increased student activism following the Parkland shooting. Not on our mailing list? Subscribe here!

  • January 2018 E-Newsletter

    Check out our Black History Month resources, a new ethics case study on whether to publish a photo of an execution, info on Girl Scout Day on March 3, and more. Not on our mailing list? Subscribe here!

  • November 2017 E-Newsletter

    Check out a guest lesson plan on the consequences of fake news, our endorsement from NCSS, "Yes Virginia" reading on Dec. 2 , our white paper on teaching media literacy and more. Not on our mailing list? Subscribe here!

  • NCSS Endorses NewseumED’s Website

    The social studies education association recognizes the website that helps students understand the historical underpinnings of today’s issues, sharpen their analytical skills, and make informed decisions in a diverse and demanding world.

  • October 2017 E-Newsletter

    Check out photos from our Teacher Open House, a new case study on hate speech, Cuban Missile Crisis resources, our partnership with Facebook and a survey on "Today's Front Pages" usage. Not on our mailing list? Subscribe here!

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