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Children enrolled in RBCS are eligible to enroll in an exciting 4-week summer program running Mondays through Thursdays beginning Monday, July 6 and ending Thursday, July 30.  We are also offering a Summer Scholars full-day program, beginning June 29th, for gifted students in Grades 6 and 7

Researchers at Temple University's Media Education Lab have created two animated music videos to clarify the purpose of copyright and the doctrine of fair use. Catchy lyrics and clever visuals help people understand how "context and situation determine how fair use applies" to the use of copyrighted materials.

The Media Education Lab co-hosted two spectacular public events that featured Renee Hobbs and distinguished journalists in a discussion about the representation of crime news on television.

We'll be clarifying the copyright confusion with the launch of the Code of Best Practices for Fair Use in Media Literacy Education on November 11 at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia with our partners at American University.

Professor Sherri Hope Culver assumes  a national leadership role

The Media Education Lab team created "ACCESS, ANALYZE, ACT: A Blueprint for 21st Century Civic Engagement" for PBS Teachers. Learn how to use social media to promote citizenship skills with videos, lesson plans and an online quiz! 

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