Alan Miller in The New York Times: ‘Fake news’ is a ‘wake-up call’

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In reporter Jim Rutenberg’s story on why fake news dies hard, Alan C. Miller, the News Literacy Project’s president and CEO, explains how organizations such as NLP are responding to viral rumors, hoaxes and conspiracy theories.

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‘It’s really our responsibility’: Los Angeles NPR station speaks with NLP

Students need to learn news literacy skills so they can navigate our complicated information landscape and avoid misinformation, said Ebonee Otoo, NLP’s senior vice president of educator engagement, in a recent interview with L.A. NPR station KCRW.  California recently joined a growing number of states requiring media literacy instruction in schools. Otoo explained what the…

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