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Title of Document: Canada Offers Ten Classroom Approaches to Media Literacy
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Summary: CML Reprint / Re-use Policies

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2. We have also been granted the right from most, but not all, copyright owners to authorize permission for further distribution for educational use only. All CML-authored materials are available for educational and general use.

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