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How schools are helping students fight against misinformation

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Online misinformation has spread increasingly quickly during the Covid-19 pandemic, and some schools are giving students the tools to spot misleading information. News Literacy Project founder and CEO Alan C. Miller joins News NOW to discuss how students can challenge the credibility of unreliable sources and how to educate family and friends on finding trustworthy information.