Schools Demanding News Literacy

With information so readily available in the digital age, news literacy—teaching students how to identify credible information and good journalism—is increasingly important. The close reading and critical thinking demanded by the Common Core are media literacy fundamentals, and a growing number of districts are recognizing the natural fit as students read and analyze more nonfiction text, which makes up 70% of their reading by senior year in high school.

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