Welcome to Newspapers in Education!

Newspapers in Education is an exciting interactive program that engages students in learning by providing them with daily copies of the San Angelo Standard Times.

For more info and to start getting newspapers delivered to your classroom click here to sign-up online.
Or call Britni Bird at (325) 659-8339.
Sponsorship Information: Click here to view the sponsors in our Classroom Literary Support Program

Online Extras (Updated every Monday)


Daily Science Webcasts

Blink of an Eye

Our bodies have definite rhythms, some of which we're in touch with, and others as ephemeral as the blink of an eye.
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-- Oct 20, 2016

Tap the wealth of information in your newspaper as a teaching tool:

Diversity, multiculturalism, worldwide events. You'll find plenty for classroom discussions in this listing of events.

Enhance vocabulary and written/verbal skills with over 2,500 pages of puzzles, themed features, word lists, SAT, ACT test prep and word games.

Created by:
Jan and Carey Cook

Republicans split ranks over Trump

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Archive of past lessons
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The National Wildlife Federation lesson plans are designed to introduce students to life science, ecology, wildlife biology, scientific identification and observation. All lesson plans are aligned to the National Science Education Standards and organized by grade level.

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Think you know football? Ok, what's a prolate spheroid? This 10-part video series focuses on the science behind NFL football.

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21 abducted schoolgirls freed in Nigeria

Answer FIVE Geography questions each week based on major news events.

Archive of Geography quizzes

Kids work in US tobacco fields

Discussion prompts & video archive.

New space race: Two companies compete to offer Mars ‘tourism’ flights in coming decades

-- Front Page Talking Points Archive

This week's word in the news: SPHERE

An area of influence or activity. A three-dimensional shape that looks like a ball.

When people learn to work together on community goals outside of government, they can enter the elected sphere and be much more effective.
The Minneapolis Star Tribune -- 10/17/2016