Should Schools Teach Students How to Spot Fake News?

 

While the educational curriculum has not changed markedly for many students over the years, the world around the classroom has rapidly changed.

This dynamic begs the question of whether the tools students need to be equipped with for the real world need to be updated. Whether it is financial literacy, better media savvy in the digital age, or even bucking outdated research on studies like the importance of breakfast, students have different needs today than in the past.

Cue, Inc Chief Learning Officer Jon Corippo joined Business Casual on Friday, Aug. 2 to discuss where he sees holes in modern education and the impact that might create on society.

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