Since 1987, Boston Herald in Education has delivered free newspapers and curriculum to thousands of classrooms throughout New England thanks to our readers and friends. Just last year, more than 10,000 students and teachers received free copies of the Boston Herald every day. We bring real-world knowledge right into the classroom by using the newspaper to teach students reading and writing skills, science and technology skills, financial literacy and so much more.
We also offer unique resources to infuse the news into the classroom, including:
We publish student-written articles in the Boston Herald each month through our Student Voices writing program.
New this year, teachers have access to lesson plans written by Massachusetts teachers, all tied to Common Core standards.
Students can test their current events knowledge by taking our weekly news quiz.
Access the Boston Herald on all your devices with the Boston Herald in Education App.
Boston Herald staff members are available to visit local classrooms to teach students about journalism and lead them in writing activities. For more information email email@example.com.
Teachers can schedule tours of the Boston Herald newsroom for their students. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Throughout the year we offer free teacher workshops on important topics.
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