News in Education is a nationwide program started in 1966, under which newspapers act as a supplement to the usual textbooks and teaching materials.
The Star-Ledger and The Times News in Education programs provide teachers with innovative and versatile teaching resources linked to the information, people and events making news today. Students and teachers alike discover a wealth of new ideas that make learning interesting and fun while reinforcing reading and writing proficiency, as well as science, math and other vital academic and life skills. News in Education offers a variety of materials and curriculums to support the classroom experience.
The Star-Ledger and The Times, through the News in Education (NIE) program, are dedicated to the promotion of literacy in accordance with New Jersey state-mandated education standards. NIE fosters a learning environment that serves to inform, involve and inspire students in the development of positive study skills in a variety of subject areas with the added goal of assuring good citizenship.
News in Education provides: Free digital delivery of the newspaper for classroom use, Free supplemental teaching guides & curriculum and Free Teacher training and workshops, many for continuing education credits.