Nearly three out of five states say they have defined what it means for students to be "media literate" and have implemented media-literacy standards, according to a recent survey--a result suggesting that states are beginning to address the importance of preparing students for an information-rich society, but they still have more work to do.

Called "The Changing Media Landscape: Ensuring Students' Safety and Success in School and in the Future Workplace," the survey was developed "to get a snapshot of how states are assisting schools to prepare today's students to be ready for life, work, and citizenship in our increasingly digital...

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