Building Information Literacy Skills in the Era of Fake News

Back in the day when news outlets were limited to television, radio, and print journalism, it was possible to dismiss fake news as the stuff of celebrity tabloids in the grocery store checkout aisle ...

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Into the Great Outdoors

Coming to Lowell as a new science teacher with a background in environmental science and outdoor education has filled me with excitement. When I walk along Kalmia Creek during recess, I see students ...

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Lowell: My Second Family

Lowell's mission is to create an inclusive community of lifelong learners in which each individual is valued and respected.

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DC Restaurants for the Whole Family

Sometimes, the whole family just needs a night out. But where can a family go that will feel like a treat for adults and kids alike? What if some in the family eat vegetarian or gluten free and some ...

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Life at Lowell in a (10 Year) Nutshell

Hi! What’s your name? Do you want to be friends?

I started Lowell when I was four years old. As a little kid I was very shy, but it was never hard to make friends here. Believe it ...

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