Thanks in part to a surge in online social interaction during the pandemic, along with “an increasingly politicized social media climate in general,” it has become much easier for teens “to construct their own political identities through platforms like TikTok,” writes Noble Ingram for EdSurge.

Ingram adds that while teachers across America “face big questions about newly politicized curricular content,” on the TikTok platform, “that same information is gaming thousands of views.”

Read Ingram’s full article here.

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