The Palm Beach Post e-edition is educational, efficient, and easy to use. It makes learning fun for students by reaching them where they live - in an increasingly digital world. And, it can be easy and fun for you, too. Check out our online teacher tutorial. It gives you step-by-step directions for using the e-edition tools. We'll even give you suggestions for learning activities that meet state standards. Easy! Educational! Efficient! A triple winner!
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.
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 email@example.com 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.
National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife Watch is a national, nature-watching program created for people of all ages. Through the program, you’ll gain first hand experience with plants and animals in their natural environment and share details that help National Wildlife Federation track the health and behavior of wildlife and plant species nationwide. In return, the Wildlife Watch website keeps you up-to-date on wildlife news and facts, and new ideas for attracting wildlife to your backyard and community.
FOUND IN THE NEWS:
To Samuel, the journey meant trading a hopeless situation at home for potential security and prosperity in the United States — but first he needed to survive the trip north, dodging police and criminals, and a harrowing ride on top of a freight train for hundreds of miles. ►Walter Cronkite School of Journalism / The Arizona Republic -- 07/21/2014
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Additional Resources for Your Classroom
Find over 300 resources that include teacher guides, student supplements, teacher training modules and so much more.