How can I receive free curriculum and electronic newspapers for my students?
Following is a list of the NIE Programs for Fall 2014. You must be a certified teacher to order. THERE IS NO COST TO REGISTER. For this program, you will receive access to a new chapter of “Anna’s Story” every Tuesday and Thursday from February 4th through March 6th. In addition, you will have access to e-Post, our electronic version of The Palm Beach Post, through the duration of the program to complete the activities in the teacher’s guide. Be sure to check out how you and your students can have a live video chat with the author! Watch your e-mail just prior to the start of this program for your login codes to access the chapters and e-Post.
At the end of the program you will receive a confirmation of delivery affidavit. In order to continue these programs at NO COST to you, we are required to receive these signed forms back from you.
For more information email Nancy Jones or call 561-820-4648 or 1-800-432-7595 Ext. 4648.
Election: The Race for Governor (CLOSED)
■This program is available only in Palm Beach County
■September 17 – November 5, 2014
■Electronic newspapers available for access Monday through Friday
■Upper Elementary, Middle, and High School Grades
Follow Florida’s 2014 Gubernatorial Election with your students. This section teaches politics by asking students to become candidates for governor — of their school. The approach challenges students to make decisions on issues, image, advertising, interest groups and more.
“Freehand” Reading Series (CLOSED)
■This program is available in all counties.
■November 13 - December 16, 2014
■A new story chapter will be available for access on Tuesdays and Thursdays (except 11/27)
■Electronic newspapers available for access Monday through Friday ■Upper Elementary and Middle School Grades
This historical fiction story takes place during the War of 1812. Young Caleb MacCrimmons escapes his abusive home life to join the war. His ability to draw quick, accurate sketches attracts General Jacob Brown's attention, because good mapmakers are valuable to the army. Follow along as Caleb learns the value of channeling his talent and courage in positive directions, and builds a career for himself in peacetime America.