NAMLE strives to help individuals of all ages develop the habits of inquiry and skills of expression they need to be critical thinkers, effective communicators and active citizens in today’s world. This change allows NAMLE to expand and become more inclusive and will encourage members of like-minded and related communities to join the NAMLE network.
Our Executive Director, Michelle Ciulla Lipkin, explains the decision: “NAMLE is committed to expanding the practice of media literacy education around the U.S. and beyond. To that end, NAMLE’s Board of Directors has determined that the most effective way to grow our community and increase our impact is to transition from our current model of paid individual and student membership to an open network of educators, academics, activists, media makers and students with a shared passion for NAMLE’s mission.”
NAMLE’s goal is to build…
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