Newspaper:
Username:
Password:
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e-Edition Student Access: If this is your first order, a username and password will be emailed to you at the email address you provided, allowing you to login and manage your orders. You may change your username and password once you log in to your account. If you do not have an account please sign up for one here

Having problems logging in to the e-edition?

Your e-edition username is the email address you provided when you ordered.

Your e-edition password is one of the class passwords from your order.

You also have a teacher username and password (username is your email, password is the account password you set when you ordered). This allows you to log in to the Teacher Admin Area where you can look up and manage the usernames and passwords for your individual classes. In the past, this might also have provided you access to the e-edition. It does not now.

If you are having trouble logging in to the e-edition, first go to the Teacher Admin Area and see if you can log in there. If you can login, follow the instructions there to look up or change usernames and passwords for your classes. If you cannot log in to the teacher area, there is a link on the login page that will email your teacher password to you, and you should then be able to login to get your e-edition credentials.

Newspaper:
Username:
Password:
Click here for login help
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NewsMedia In Education thanks the following supporters for a successful school year:

  • Dr. Sherrilyn Scott, Supervisor, Department of Social Sciences, MDCPS
  • Eugenio Gant, Office of Professional Development, MDCPS
  • Launa Fuller, iHEAT, Office of Professional Development, MDCPS
  • Wandarece Ruan, Office of Professional Development, MDCPS
  • Fedrick Ingram, President, United Teachers of Dade County
  • Cindy Caldwell, Office of Professional Development, MDCPS