[Campbell Brown has a new education-focused site: Is it news or advocacy?

] The Washington’s Post’s Paul Farhi reported in 2015 about Brown’s leadership of The 74, questioning whether it reported news or advocacy and citing Brown’s statement that she felt no need to cover both sides of every story.

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Facebook has been blasted for fake news stories appearing on its site, and the social networking giant has been trying to improve the flow of news content that users post.

A Facebook spokeswoman said that Brown would not be involved in an editorial capacity and would have no role in making content decisions for the social media site but would be taking a business-focused role.

The New York Times described her new position as a way for Facebook “to help smooth over its strained ties to the news media.” During her leadership of The 74, Brown sometimes engaged in email and social media fights with journalists and others who did not agree or took issue with her advocacy positions.

The 74 has been funded by a number of school reformers, including the Walton Family Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Dick and Betsy De Vos Family Foundation.

She said that Brown was being hired because of her experience in — and understanding of — how news operations function.

In her Facebook post about her new job, Brown said that journalism “has been the most defining part of my professional life” and that it is thrilling for her to work on the complex issues facing the news industry as it undergoes a major transformation in the way news is disseminated and consumed.

She said that she was referring to proficiency rates on the National Assessment of Educational Progress, a test sometimes called “the nation’s report card.” Loveless told her that NAEP proficiency scores do not refer to grade level, but she did not concede the error, and a social media fight ensued.

[Why a social media fight between Campbell Brown and her critics matters] Here is some of the exchange, which I wrote about in a post at the time: Asked to comment about her statement that two out of three eighth-graders cannot read or do math at grade level and why she thinks NAEP proficiency means grade level, she emailed me the following in May. If I were trying to be completely and utterly precise then I would have specified “grade-level proficiency”, instead of “grade level” in the context of NAEP scores.

Stories on The 74 that mention De Vos declare her family foundation’s philanthropic support and note that Brown sits on the board of the American Federation for Children, which also sponsored The 74’s 2015 New Hampshire education summit.

That includes a piece Brown recently wrote in support of De Vos — whom she called her friend — saying that De Vos was being “misleadingly caricatured” on social media by her critics.

That the people who disagree with my characterization would react by attacking me personally with sexist insults speaks volumes.