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  • April 2017 E-Newsletter

    Learn about NewseumED's summer institute July 12-14 on "Real Media Literacy for a Fake News World," our NCSS webinar on April 24, online resources on Watergate and World War I, and get tips from a guest blogger on creating case studies to challenge your students. Not on our mailing list? Subscribe here!

  • 2017 Newseum Summer Teacher Institute

    Join NewseumED for "Truth, Lies and Consequences: Real Media Literacy for a Fake News World." This FREE three-day collaborative institute July 12-14 is for educators seeking new ways to elevate their students’ media savvy and empower their free expression. Applications are due May 7.

  • March 2017 E-Newsletter

    Get a new approach to teaching 20th century history, plus learn about our #sstlap Twitter chat on March 23 and new Justice Ginsburg videos and lessons on NewseumED. Not on our mailing list? Subscribe here!

  • February 2017 E-Newsletter

    Read about our "Fighting Fake News" pilot class and the Media Literacy Maven's weekly show on Facebook Live! Plus, we have two classroom-ready lesson plans on refugees and spotting bias in sources that you can download. Not on our mailing list? Subscribe here!

  • Girl Scout Day 2017

    Girl Scouts are invited to the Newseum for a special day of events created just for them. New this year: karaoke with songs by famous former Girl Scouts and a Women Who Rock tour.

  • December 2016 E-Newsletter

    Find information on three teacher workshops early next year, our 50,000th registered user for NewseumED.org and a great opportunity for high school juniors interested in journalism. Not on our mailing list? Subscribe here!

  • Find the Newseum at NCSS 2016

    Join NewseumED in Washington, D.C. for the National Council of Social Studies annual conference. Attend a special event at the Newseum or find us in the exhibit hall and at sessions. All sessions and special events are FREE for NCSS conference attendees.

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