California's New Media Literacy Law Draws on DIG's Research
Next year, California will join a growing number of states that require schools to teach media literacy. Drawing on DIG's research, the new law will integrate media literacy instruction into the core subjects across K-12.
In a recent interview, Sam Wineburg provides strategies for teaching your students—or yourself—how to skillfully evaluate sources shared on the internet and social media. Our evidence-based Civic Online Reasoning curriculum provides classroom-ready resources for free to educators looking to incorporate medial literacy into their instruction.