Education, Skills and Learning

How Finland is fighting fake news - in the classroom

Facts or fakery? Finland is teaching children how to tell the difference Image: REUTERS/China Daily

Emma Charlton

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Education is at the heart of Finland’s strategy to combat fake news. Image: Open Society Institute – Sofia
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