Project Look Sharp Featured in Article on Media Literacy From FAIR

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Olivia Riggio of Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) has written an article entitled “Not All Media Literacy Programs Are Created Equal-and Most Have Yet to be Created” which spotlights the impact that independent media literacy materials can have on students in this age of disinformation. Project Look Sharp and its approach of question-based media analysis is featured prominently. As Project Look Sharp’s Director of Curriculum, Chris Sperry, eloquently states in the article, “Instead of telling students what to believe as “right” or “wrong,” effective media literacy programs will encourage students to ask questions themselves.” 

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