Quartz drops in on NLP’s Checkology® virtual classroom

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Quartz recently visited a New York City school where students are learning to discern fact from fiction using NLP’s Checkology® virtual classroom.

Eighth graders at George Jackson Academy were given real-world examples of information found online and asked to determine if the content was news, opinion, entertainment, propaganda or something else.

“Students do need more practice in decoding and identifying informational sources,” says educator David Hong, who uses the Checkology® virtual classroom in his English class.

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