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NIE Special Report
Who doesn’t like to eat?
Turn the fun of food into a great science experience to start off the school year using a new science content reading Is there a gene for liking broccoli? and an accompanying activity Taste this!
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Daily Lessons from NIE
This calendar provides activities for every day of the school year with a subject specific focus for each day of the week: Monday - Language Arts, Tuesday - Social Studies, Wednesday - Math, Thursday - Science, and Friday - Themes that change monthly.
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Welcome to NIE!
The Palm Beach Post's Newspapers In Education Department (NIE) provides teachers with e-Post, our electronic edition of the newspaper and with useful, interesting, and innovative curriculum to enhance learning. Teachers receive e-Post and curriculum at no cost to them thanks to the support of the community and local business sponsors. Teachers in Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Okeechobee, and Hendry Counties are eligible to receive e-Post in their classrooms. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 561-820-4648 or 1-800-432-7595 ext. 4648.
New NIE Programs for Fall 2014
Check out our listing of new NIE Fall 2014 programs. For each registered program, you will receive either student supplements delivered to your school or story chapters e-mailed to you. You will also have access to e-Post in order to complete student activities. THERE IS NO COST TO REGISTER.
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Online Extras (Updated every Monday)
This week's word in the news: TRANSPARENCY
Characterized by visibility or accessibility of information especially concerning business practices
FOUND IN THE NEWS:
Cigna, the health insurance company, offers an Internet-based transparency tool that shows plan members price information on the 200 most common procedures, which make up about 70 percent of the company’s medical claims, said Mark Slitt, a spokesman.
►The Miami Herald -- 09/15/2014
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