Virtual and in-person workshops led by our staff and journalists introduce techniques for integrating journalism skills and global news into multidisciplinary curricula. Our paid, virtual fellowships  invite educators to collaborate with award-winning journalists, the Pulitzer Center education team, and each other to create and share short units that engage their students in making local connections to global news, practicing media literacy skills, and building empathy. We also develop and facilitate customized workshops in partnership with K–12 schools, districts, universities, and education organizations worldwide.

Fill out the form below to connect with a member of the K–12 education team about developing a customized professional development opportunity for your school, district, or organization!


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Examples of past professional development collaborations

  • 60-minute webinar led in partnership with the American Federation of Teachers to explore methods for teaching The 1619 Project.
  • 90-minute workshop led in partnership with the Kennedy Center on methods for connecting global news and journalism to arts classrooms.
  • Two-day conference led in partnership with the University of Chicago to explore methods for integrating media literacy and journalism skills into diverse curricula.