Newspapers in Education
What is NIE?
NIE is a cooperative effort of publishers and thousands of schools in the United States where newspapers are used as a tool of instruction. For our part, The Day has provided over 60,000 newspapers to New London County classrooms each year, thanks to the generosity of our business sponsors and thousands of subscribers who donate their vacation copies to NIE.
The Day provides a 100% Digital Newspaper in Education program which includes:
— In-school access to The Day's electronic edition (e-paper) and app for every student and teacher participant -Free access to over 300 instructional resources
— Core curriculum resources for Language Arts, Math, Science, Civics, etc.
— Curriculum enhancements for Arts & Music, Black History, ESL & Spanish Bilingual, Health & Nutrition, and over twenty other topics
The Day's Newspaper in Education (NIE) program provides students in our region with digital newspapers and curriculum to use as additional learning tools within the classroom environment.
NIE is a unique way for schools, businesses, and the local newspaper to work together in a partnership that benefits all of us.
How do I enroll my classroom?
To enroll your classroom, simply visit www.theday.com/nie and complete the classroom participation form.
Each teacher receives a license to be shared among all students in the classroom.
Upon receipt of your registration, you will receive instructions for accessing all resources of The Day's NIE program, including the The Day's e-paper and app. The e-paper allows users to download, print, email, and share stories via social media; stories may be bookmarked and/or clipped for lesson planning; and stories may be downloaded as podcasts for oral learning.
All program costs are 100% fully-funded by The Day's Newspaper in Education sponsors.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Support education when you go on vacation. Before you go on vacation, call The Day's Customer Service Center and donate your stopped papers to the Newspapers In Education program. The Customer Service Center can be reached at (866) 846-9099. Hours are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday-holidays from 7 a.m. to noon.
Looking for ideas? The Kid Scoop website is full of lessons and ideas. Read this week's E-scoop, and a lesson in the NIE library, check the writing corner schedule and browse their webliography.
Check out kidscoop.com today!
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For NIE program information, please contact:
Jaclyn Aldrich, Membership Fulfillment Coordinator, 860-701-4304 or firstname.lastname@example.org.