Florida Press Educational Services, Inc.
Florida Press Educational Services, Inc., is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of newspaper professionals that promotes reading, particularly for young people. The primary objectives for FPES have been Newspaper in Education (NIE). NIE is an international program of cooperation between newspapers and schools that encourages the use of the daily paper as an up-to-date, instructional classroom tool. Through NIE, newspapers are used in all subjects as a progressive teaching resource, from primary through adult education levels. NIE motivates students, broadens knowledge and increases life skills established by the Newspaper Association of America.
Jodi Pushkin, Tampa Bay Times
Karen A. Tynes
Kris Sternberg, The Daytona Beach News-Journal
FPES Executive Director:
James Madison Institute
All About The Benjamins
Is a product of The James Madison Institute,
a Tallahassee-based organization that seeks to
help Florida students gain a greater understanding
of our nation's founding principles and their
importance to our civic and economic life. This tabloid
was created to educate students about Benjamin Franklin
and Thrift Week and to promote engaging activities for
students in grade 12.
Publix Super Markets, Inc.
Publix Super Markets, Inc. has joined efforts with FPES (Florida Press Educational
Services) and with other Newspaper in Education Programs throughout the
southeast portion of the United States to bring this program to third grade
students in the Publix five-state market. This complimentary NIE program will
help schools incorporate important nutrition and fitness activities into the
classroom curriculum for third grade students. Students will benefit by
learning more about the importance of daily caloric balance, physical activity
and healthy food choices.
It's very popular to be earth-friendly nowadays.
On any given day you will hear about the company's
new "green" products that they designed to have
less of an effect on the environment. Publix began
some of their recycling programs more than thirty years ago.
Publix Super Markets, Inc. has joined efforts
with FPES (Florida Press Educational Services)
and with other Newspaper In Education Programs
throughout the southeast portion of the United States
to bring this program to sixth grade students in
public, private and home schools.