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Evaluating Accountability in Journalism and Education
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Evaluating Accountability in Journalism and Education

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About This Lesson

This lesson on evaluating accountability in journalism and education incorporates an episode from "The Weekly," a television series by The New York Times. Educators may request access to this and other episodes from the series by contacting [email protected]

Students will be able to…

  • Understand the reporting process for investigative journalism
  • Debate to whom journalists should be accountable
  • Formulate personal opinions on the responsibilities of a school to its students

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The Weekly_ Evaluating Accountability in Journalism and Education _ Pulitzer Center.pdf

Lesson Plan
February 13, 2020
369.77 KB
5.0
2 Reviews
Hello. I cannot see the link to the video. Where can I access it?
ncvetnich_1853742
February 16, 2020
Amazing. Thank you.
nhammill_2586101
February 02, 2020
Ambrashae_M_3242825
January 31, 2020
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