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Newspaper and Print Curriculum Delivery

Digital Print Replica and Archived Newspapers

Teachers registered for Newspapers in Education receive the daily delivery of the newspaper via the digital print replica and access to the archives. Because the newspaper is a living textbook, use it to helps students draw connections between what they learn and how that knowledge applies in the real world. Access it in a regular classroom or computer lab, through a SMART Board or other projector, at a computer or pair of computers as a “station” through which students rotate, or by printing content for student distribution.

Benefits

  • Interactive and engaging for students
  • Reliable delivery
  • Environmentally responsible
  • Time-saving search tool
  • Never a shortage of copies
  • Archives dating back to 1901
  • Email, save and print articles, photos and ads

Enrollment in the NIE program includes:

  • Classroom access to The Oklahoman’s print replica and archives, Mondays through Fridays between the months of August and May.
  • Automatic enrollment in all NIE print curriculum, including delivery of at least one classroom set (30 copies) of all printed educational student wraps and workbooks (limited to schools in delivery areas).

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