A new study by the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) Center for Communication Policy bolsters the idea that schools should incorporate the internet into their instructional practices and their communication with stakeholders. Educators familiar with the study say it also suggests the importance of teaching students how to critically evaluate the information they find online.

According to the survey, Americans who use the internet consider it at least as important as newspapers and books—and more important than television, radio, and magazines. And though internet use spans every age range, 12- to 18-year-olds lead

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