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Stanford Research Highlights Lack of Skills

56 Tasks, 12 States, 7,804 Students 

The Stanford History Education Group at Stanford University conducted a research study on media literacy with middle, high, and college age students concluded "Overall, young people's ability to reason about the information on the internet can be summed up in one word: bleak."

Read about this study.

Thanks to Ann Grandmaison and Susan Leonardi for permission to adapt and reuse some of the information on this guide. ‚Äč