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Gov. Phil Murphy signs a law to make New Jersey first state to require media literacy for K-12

Summary by Ground News
New Jersey is the first state in the country to require public schools to teach media literacy to K-12 students. The bill was signed Wednesday by Gov. Phil Murphy. Advocates say the measure will help students who are bombarded with information from social media and news outlets learn how to discern whether sources are credible.

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