About NIE

Welcome to Newspaper in Education

The Newspaper in Education program links real-world experience to the classroom and encourages critical thinking skills and lifelong reading habits.

Newspaper In Education Is:

Educational. Your subscription includes other free educational content, such as online lessons, student supplements, news quizzes and educational links.

Early. As soon as the newspaper is ready, you have access to the current edition!

Efficient. One order provides 24/7 access to the newspaper for the semester.

Easy to Use. Search by keywords and project/print what's applicable to your lesson plans.  Student supplements and teacher guides are online and available through the end of the current semester.

Edgy.  Add technology to your curriculum.  Your electronic subscription is the most current curriculum tool for your classroom.

Error-Free. Traditional delivery challenges no longer affect when or in what condition you receive the newspaper. You receive a complete newspaper, classifieds included, every time.

Earth-friendly. Go Green! Less paper to print.  Less paper to recycle.

How to use the e-Edition

Click the apple in the upper right side of this page to see how easy it is to utilize the electronic edition.  This tutorial is meant to be a visual guide for interested teachers and students on the capabilities and benefits of the electronic edition.
 



Los Angeles Daily News

Daily Breeze
Long Beach Press Telegram
San Bernardino County Sun

Pasadena Star-News
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Whittier Daily News
Redlands Daily Facts
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Orange County Register
Riverside Press-Enterprise

Cindy Freeman

cfreeman@scng.com 
(626) 544-6657

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I use the e-Edition in my classroom without everyday computer access for all students?

  • Access to your e-Edition subscription is not limited to the classroom. You and your students can log in to your classroom's account from any computer with internet access, anywhere in the world, anytime day or night.
  • Online content can be shared with your students in the classroom via a SmartBoard or LCD projector, which requires access to only one computer. You can also print and distribute copies of newspaper articles and NIE programs.

What if my classroom computer doesn't have internet access, has limited broadband width, or isn't connected to a printer?

  • No extra software or downloads are required, so our electronic edition is easily accessed with either a broadband or dial-up connection.
  • Since access to your NIE subscription is not limited to the classroom, you and your students can read the e-Edition and materials online at home, at the library, anywhere with computer and internet access.
  • Articles and materials can also be printed, e-mailed or saved, making the newspaper and program even more convenient and portable than before.

How will the electronic edition effect my current print edition subscription?

  • The print edition of our newspaper is planned to continue through the current school year.
  • The summer months are a great time to integrate the NIE e-Edition into your lesson plans.
  • Beginning in September, the e-Edition will be the primary method of delivery. A hybrid subscription is a possibility for certain student groups (i.e. special needs, primary grades).

How can I afford to print and copy articles and NIE materials for all my students with limited budget dollars?

  • While we understand that printing and copying articles and supplemental materials may mean a greater investment at the school level, these materials are generally well received by students and teachers alike, and the educational benefits outweigh any increased costs.
  • To save money, printed materials can be shared among students and even among classrooms, if necessary. When possible, students can even print articles and programs at home.

In the past, students could take the newspaper home to read. How will they do that now when many don't have home computers with which to access the e-Edition?

  • While we understand that some students do not have computers at home, a large percentage do. According to Time Magazine, 71% of U.S. households have an internet connection, with 42% of Americans saying they go online and work from home.
  • Our children have grown up with computers and use them for everything from playing games to communicating with their friends to doing research and homework. The online newspaper in education program is a compliment to the resource and methods our children are already utilizing to get information.

Newspapers in Education Privacy Policy

Privacy Notice Table Of Contents

  • Our Commitment To Privacy

  • The Information We Collect

  • How We Use Information

  • Our Commitment To Data Security

  • How To Access Or Correct Your Information

  • How To Contact Us


Our Commitment To Privacy

Your privacy is important to us. To better protect your privacy we provide this notice explaining our online information practices and the choices you can make about the way your information is collected and used. To make this notice easy to find, we make it available on our homepage and at every point where personally identifiable information may be requested.

The Information We Collect

This notice applies to all information collected or submitted on the site. The types of personal information collected at these pages are:

  • Name

  • School Information

  • Email address

  • Phone number

  • (etc.)


The Way We Use Information:

We use the information you provide about yourself when setting up an account only to complete that account. We do not share this information with outside parties except to the extent necessary to service the account.

We use return email addresses to answer the email we receive. Such addresses are not used for any other purpose and are not shared with outside parties.


We use non-identifying and aggregate information to better design our website and to share with advertisers. For example, we may tell an advertiser that X number of individuals visited a certain area on our website, or that Y number of men and Z number of women filled out our registration form, but we would not disclose anything that could be used to identify those individuals.


Finally, we never use or share the personally identifiable information provided to us online in ways unrelated to the ones described above without also providing you an opportunity to opt-out or otherwise prohibit such unrelated uses...