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How to lean against your biases: A conversation with Daniel Kahneman

Daniel Kahneman, Nobel laureate and author of Thinking, Fast and Slow, discusses the ways people interpret information incorrectly or with bias — flaws in thinking that can seep into journalists’ reporting as well.

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The Personal News Cycle: How Americans get their news

A survey by the Media Insight Project, an initiative of the API and AP-NORC, finds that the nature of the news largely determines how people learn about events.

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Modernizing news in the classroom: 7 good questions with the New York Times’ ‘The Learning Network’

To end News in Education week, we spoke with the award-winning New York Times “The Learning Network” on how the educational outreach model has changed for the digital age and how The Learning Network’s lessons learned might be applied elsewhere.