VOA reports on NLP in the classroom

NLP in the News

The Voice of America visits a high school in Virginia where students are being pushed to think critically about what they watch, read and hear. The social studies teacher is using NLP’s Checkology® platform to teach them to ask smart questions. Her goal, she says in a video and the news report, is that “the class will help them to identify quality journalism when they see it, as well as unfair, unbalanced and fake news, and propaganda.”

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NLP in the News