What is NIE?
NIE is an acronym for Newspapers in Education, a worldwide effort in
which school textbooks and teaching materials are supplemented with
the use of the local newspaper. The habit of reading a newspaper provides
the necessary practice to build reading and writing skills and develop
an interest in the welfare of one's community--valuable skills and attitudes
to carry students through life.
|Who is NIE for?
What services do NIE programs provide?
- Students in grades K through 12
- Adult Education Centers
- Public and Private Schools
- Colleges and Universities for pre-service teacher training
When and where is NIE available?
- Newspapers and electronic editions delivered free to schools or at special NIE rates
- Lesson plans and curriculum guides
- Professional development for pre-service and in-service teachers
- Websites with links to other resources
- In most school districts in New York state, throughout the
- During Summer Reading Programs
- During Adult Education and Literacy Programs
Why do we support NIE?
How is NIE funded?
- To promote literacy
- To provide up-to-date educational materials to teachers
- To link young readers to their communities and the world around
- To encourage interaction with the local newspaper (as student writer, through blog entries, and editorial cartoons)
- To prepare students for active citizenship in our democractic society
- To encourage lifelong learning
- To encourage continued newspaper use
- Through discounted subscriptions to area educators
- Through generous support from local business partners and
- Through a variety of special fundraising programs
For more on Newspapers in Education please contact Mary
Miller at: email@example.com
or call (518) 449-1667.
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New York News Publishers Association, Inc.
Phone/Fax (518) 449-1667