What We’re Listening to . . . The National Writing Project hosted a panel discussion of Media Literacy Tools to Comprehend and Critique Fake News. New Hampshire Public Radio discussed dyslexia screening in schools and featured a personal video from a family doctor whose daughter is dyslexic. National Public Radio interviewed Tressie McMillan Cottom on her “new book, Lower Ed, [which] argues that for-profit colleges exploit racial, gender and economic inequality.” The co-creators of DigCitKids discussed “Digital Citizenship from a Kid’s Perspective.” Harvard Law School and the Berkman Klein Center convened a panel on “Fake News, Concrete Responses: At the Nexus of Law, Technology, and Social Narratives,” featuring Martha Minow, Jonathan Zittrain, Sandra Cortesi, An Xiao Mina, and Nathan Matias. Ted Koppel discussed with Sean Hannity the consequences for public trust in news of putting the opinion column onto the front page. In a podcast from 2015 that is relevant to recent discussions of school choice in New York, and algorithms in education more generally, EconTalk host Russell Roberts discussed matching markets with Alvin Roth. At 34:00, Roth describes how the algorithm was optimized to improve options for students and their families and increase the likelihood of placement into students’ top school choices.