Fighting the misinformation pandemic: Here’s help teaching students to distinguish real news from what’s fake
(Washington Post, November 19, 2019)
If you don’t know what the News Literacy Project is and does, it’s time you do.
Founded over a decade ago by Alan Miller, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter at the Los Angeles Times, the News Literacy Project aims to do something that schools everywhere should be doing: teaching students how to distinguish what’s real and fake in the age of digital communication — and at a time when the president of the United States routinely denounces real news as “fake,” and Americans will be voting on a new president in 2020. - see full article