The difference between what you learn from news and from school starts with ‘facts, theory, hypothesis and law’ and it also has to do with different types of news genre like opinionated-talk, reporting or analysis (which is a hypothesis).
Does journalism begin with a hypothesis? Do journalists start from some place or no place? The answer is why it is important that journalists lead successful, productive good well rounded lives.
Fake news has something to do with giving us what we want to see, even if it ultimately ends up to be incorrect. Like ‘Beauty’ instead of ‘Truth’, like a friend that says its the other persons problem. In the worse case scenario like a doctor that never tells you you’re sick. It’s a way of attracting viewers rather than practicing journalism.
That’s probably the difference between what you are taught in school and through a successful life versus what you see on today’s news.