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By ERIN [email protected] What is the difference between a fact and an opinion? What is sponsored content? What constitutes a reliable source? How do you know if a photo or video posted online has been edited? These are some of the things students at Collège de Montclair are learning this winter, as part of a …

Some colleges are still directing too many students to “superficially appealing” arts and media courses that may not offer good long-term career prospects, the Ofsted chief inspector has warned. In today’s launch of the annual inspection report for 2018-19, Amanda Spielman stressed the importance of thinking “strategically” about the skills needed by the economy. She …

SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio — Matt Greminger is back. At 28, Greminger and close friend and business partner since high school, Daven Compton, are working on a business venture that will connect media, arts and entertainment professionals in ways that help them better network and provide benefits. . Both millennials are no strangers to business creation. …

A growing number of states are requiring their students to learn media literacy, the skills needed to critically analyze and interpret media messages, according to a new report from advocacy organization Media Literacy Now. In a review of state policies, the group found that 14 states had enshrined media literacy in law, either by requiring …