Thinking Critically about Media: Schools and Families in Partnership
Issued by Cable in the Classroom, November 2002. Posted with permission.
Six Perspectives and a Conversation
This publication, Thinking Critically About Media: Schools and Families in Partnership, makes the case for teaching media literacy at school and at home.
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