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The Moore family and NLP: A leap of faith and a legacy gift

In January 2009, philanthropists David and Katherine Moore took a leap of faith in me and the News Literacy Project when they became one of our first individual donors, despite the fact  that we had yet to provide a single classroom lesson. 

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Students in a classroom listening to their teacher.

Using the news to develop students’ critical thinking

Students today are immersed in a news and information landscape that pervades every aspect of their lives. From TikTok to Instagram to Twitter, they are inundated with posts, and many of them are not credible or legitimately grounded. It is difficult to know what is true. Because this environment is complex and riddled with misinformation, it provides a prime opportunity to authentically develop students’ critical thinking abilities.

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NLPeople: Elizabeth Price, manager of professional learning

This is part of a series that introduces you to the people of NLP. Elizabeth Price, West Hollywood, California Can you tell us a little about your background and what brought you to NLP? I was born in Washington, D.C., and am a product of generations-long East Coasters but moved with my family to California…

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FOR EDUCATORS

Checkology® can help your students tell the difference between fact and fiction.

What is Checkology?

FOR EVERYONE

Test your news literacy know-how with our app!

FOR EVERYONE

Check out season one of our podcast Is that a fact?

FOR EVERYONE

Checkology® can help you tell the difference between fact and fiction.

What is Checkology?