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Debate: How Can Students Become Prepared to Spot Fake News?

February 3, 2017 | 1 comment

Debate: How Can Students Become Prepared to Spot Fake News?

A recent study tested over 7,800 teenagers on their ability to differentiate fake from real news and sponsored ads from news articles. The results showed that 80-90 percent of high school students had a difficult time judging the credibility of news.

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