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PBS NEWSHOUR

This is what students think about ‘fake news’ and the media

  • Aired: 11/23/2017
  • 02:19
  • Rating: NR
In an era marked by cries of “fake news,” teaching media literacy skills to young consumers is more important than ever. How do schools teach students to consume and share news responsibly? PBS Newshour’s Student Reporting Labs talks to students about how they experience news and what they think about journalism today.
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This is what students think about ‘fake news’ and the media
Why teaching media literacy skills to young consumers is more important than ever.
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