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Pulitzer Center Update May 8, 2017

Use Pulitzer Center Resources in Your Classroom

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During a class visit by the Pulitzer Center education team, students at Hardy Middle School get feedback on their milestones and reporting from grantee Allison Shelley. Image by Akela Lacy. Washington, D.C., 2017.

"Critical thinking, global competency, and media literacy continue to prove more and more important in 21st century careers," says Senior Education Manager Fareed Mostoufi in the above video.

Now teachers can easily use resources provided by the Pulitzer Center in their classrooms to achieve teaching goals. These resources include, but are not limited to, thousands of news stories on a wide range of international issues, hundreds of lesson plans created by experienced educators, and opportunities to bring journalists into the classroom.

"We are part of the team here to connect journalists to you and your students," says Ann Peters, university and community outreach director. 

Find out more about Pulitzer Center education resources on our educaiton page. You can also contact our education team via email: education@pulitzercenter.org.

This video was created by Pulitzer Center Special Projects Coordinator Jordan Roth. It was first shown at the 3rd annual Global Humanities Institute STEAM event at Montgomery College's Germantown campus.