Order the digitial edition of your local newspaper here

NIE provides you with access to your local newspaper during the school year, and in turn, you can share the newspaper with your students, exposing them to what is happening in their local community, nation, and around the world.

Why is this important? Students in schools with NIE programs score higher on standardized tests. Furthermore, today’s students who read the newspaper are tomorrow’s literate, informed, and productive citizens. They are more likely to vote, be civically engaged as adults, and be better-educated consumers.

Registration Form

Choose your newspaper:

Teacher's First Name:
Please enter the teacher name not the school or library name

Teacher's Last Name:
Please enter the teacher name not the school or library name

Teacher's personal school e-mail address:

Confirm Email:

School Name:
Be sure to include “high”, “middle”, or “elementary” in the school name when appropriate.
Please do not use abbreviations for the school name.

School Zip Code:

School Address:

School City:

School District:

School State:

School Phone (format: xxx-xxx-xxxx):

You and your students will have access to ePaper 24/7 during the school year.

Number of electronic copies for your students (minimum 10):
The minimum order for electronic newspapers is ten (10), however, we recommend that you register
for the number of students in your largest class even if you are projecting articles from one computer. The number of licenses
should reflect the number of students viewing or accessing ePaper.

Total number of students you teach:

ePaper Student Access:

Below, please create and enter a username and password to give your students
access to ePaper.


Student Password:

Repeat Student Password:

Click here if you do not wish to receive future Newspapers In Education e-mails.

By clicking this box, you will no longer receive notification of future registration dates and additional education resources. Please be aware, that we do not share your e-mail address outside of the Newspapers In Education program.