Rice: Education is solution to combating misinformation

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Education is the solution to combating misinformation, NLP’s Ebonee Rice says on the Arlington, Va., radio show Choose to Be Curious. Her interview, The News Literacy Project, with Ebonee Rice, aired on Sept. 30.

Host Lynn Borton asks, “With so much coming at us, how are we to tell fact from fiction, truth from fabrication?”

“We believe that education is the solution to help combat misinformation, and educators are on the front line of that fight,” says Rice. She is the vice president of NLP’s educator network.

 

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