October 26, 2016

News Matters

At I.S. 303, in Brooklyn, New York, students are learning to think critically about the information they come across. The Center for News Literacy at Stony Brook University, in New York, provides training and support to teachers at the school.


“I would say to any kid that they are important and their opinions count,” said I.S. 303 principal Carmen Amador. “Knowing about what they read and how to deconstruct news articles is very important.”

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