New York Times piece on news literacy trends cites NLP

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Alan C. Miller, founder and CEO of NLP, is quoted in a feature article in a Feb. 20 New York Times Learning section about news literacy trends. “Increasingly, students are arriving at college with bad digital citizenship habits. They are outsourcing their judgment to their peers and to technology,” Miller says.

The piece, “These Students Are Learning About Fake News and How to Spot It,” also links to the NLP quiz, “How News-Literate Are You?,” and describes Checkology and one teacher’s experience using it.

 

 

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