Submitted by NIE Team on Tue, 02/21/2017 - 10:35am
Journalists strive for truth and accuracy, fairness and balance, accountability, independence and to serve humanity. Pew Research Center indicates 81% of American adults feel that they are at least somewhat confident in their ability to identify fake news. But for all of this confidence, 23% say they have shared fake news, whether knowingly or unknowingly.
Cards in the Classroom celebrates literacy this season as Cardinals players share how reading is important to their lives now AND when they were younger. Featured players include: Stephen Piscotty Matt Carpenter Mike Leake Aledmys Diaz Marco Gonzales Dexter Fowler
This is the original story with only slight editing. Teachers and students will enjoy comparing and contrasting the original tale with the modern story with which they are familiar. The story has sequences and an ending that will surprise students.
Episodes in this eleven part series will be posted starting February 2, with...
Submitted by NIE Team on Thu, 01/26/2017 - 11:08am
Black History Month is a time to celebrate achievements of black Americans. This year, NIE joins with the Missouri Press in offering lessons on the Civil War Amendments, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Martin Luther King.
Have you ever felt like your dog understands you? Sam Van Arsdale did. In fact, Sam’s dog understood English, French and even Morse Code! This is the story of Jim the Wonder Dog — a Llewellin Setter living in the 1930s who amazed everyone with his ability to follow any command, hunt like a champion and even predict the future....