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The News Literacy Project has a Center bias. About The News Literacy Project The News Literacy Project works with educators and journalists to give students the skills they need to discern fact from fiction and to know what to trust.
May 30 2018
Without a free press, there is no democracy.
Those words have been uttered in countless variations since the adoption of the First Amendment, and while the First Amendment advocates for the right to free speech and freedom of the press, it’s the amount of information that is being shared from all parties involved that has led to sensory overload. Social media platforms, blogs,Lincoln Journal Star
May 03 2021
AllSides Live, our Instagram Live show, recently featured Henry A. Brechter, the managing editor of AllSides. Henry oversees the AllSides news operation, and leads strategy and development around news content. Tune in to hear him discuss balanced news and media literacy with our host, AllSides Brand Ambassador Yasmin Tavakoli!.View this post on Instagram AllSides Staff
Nov 27 2017
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Democracy requires its citizens to be informed, and to have free open conversations across divides. AllSides for Schools helps students navigate the increasingly biased, misleading and confusing media landscape by teaching media literacy, civil discourse and life-long skills. OurLucy Pinto
Mar 17 2021
AllSides Live, our Instagram Live show, recently featured a chat with Scriberr News, a nonpartisan multimedia news platform, about media literacy and nonpartisanship. Scriberr is dedicated to reporting the truth fully and giving all sides to controversial, political issues so that readers can decide for themselves where they align.
Scriberr Co-Founders Mike Luso and Jamie JosephAllSides Staff
Mar 22 2022
It will soon be reading, writing, and return on investments for Sunshine State students.
A bill signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday requires all Florida kids to take and pass a basic financial literacy course to graduate from high school.
The skills prioritized by the legislation will be “applicable in their lives regardless of what path they take,” DeSantis said Tuesday at aNew York Post (News)
Nov 26 2019
The debate over how to fight disinformation in the digital age has divided leading experts and raised thorny questions about free speech and truth on the web.
Should Facebook ban political ads, as Twitter has done, or at least stop exempting politicians from its rules barring misinformation? Should social media platforms ban the "microtargeting" that allows politicians to hand pickThe Fulcrum
Oct 15 2020
Most Americans can’t pass a basic financial literacy test, according to the Finra Foundation. In fact, 66% of Finra test takers could not answer three out of five questions correctly.
Though more financial courses in public education could certainly help here (only a few states require students to take personal finance in school), parents may be able to make the most immediate impact.Creditcards.com
Mar 09 2022
Young students are having difficulty learning to read as schools have returned to in-person learning after two years of pandemic disruptions.
Studies of literacy in young children have shown that some young students are still suffering from learning loss, even after most U.S. schools have returned to in-person instruction.
A February briefing by Amplify, a Brooklyn-based companyNational Review