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Civics students -

You may have learned recently about net neutrality - the idea, principle, or requirement that Internet service providers (ISPs) should or must treat all Internet data as the same regardless of its kind, source, or destination. 


The chair of the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has recently proposed ending Obama-era rules used to protect net neutrality. There are many people and organizations opposing and supporting this idea.

Before our lesson about news literacy on Monday: 

  1. Choose and review at least 3 of the following news sources about the current net neutrality debate.

  2. Evaluate each source using the Google Form evaluation tool (The CRAAP test) below. You should submit the Google Form 3 times, once for each source you select.

  3. Be prepared to discuss your choices!

News Sources - Choose at least 3

NPR: What The End To Net Neutrality Means For Internet Streaming

Click here to link directly to Google Form. Remember to login using your BAS G-Suite accounts.

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