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The Learning Network

Teaching and Learning with The New York Times

Inspire students with fresh classroom resources based on award-winning journalism from The New York Times. From economic and geopolitical developments to the latest in science and the arts, The Times keeps audiences informed with seamless international coverage and rigorous independent reporting on all platforms.

 

Designed by educators and editors with deep and broad experience in the classroom and in curriculum development, The Learning Network from The New York Times provides rich and imaginative materials to meaningfully connect current events to perennial classroom topics.
 

  • Help students understand the world with critical thinking exercises, from Lesson of the Day, about timely and compelling news stories.
  • Encourage students to express themselves on everything from politics to pop culture with questions from Student Opinion.
  • Promote creative thinking with visuals from What’s Going on in the Picture?, What’s Going on in the Graph?, and Picture Prompt.
Why The Learning Network?
Global Perspective
Our journalists, reporting from over 160 countries, cover current events and lifestyle topics that appeal to and resonate with readers around the world.
Adaptable Material
From young children to adults, we help 125 million readers worldwide develop their news literacy through journalism that can be consumed on any print or digital platform.
Habit-Forming
Our reporting helps to develop a positive habit of learning and keeping up with current events. Eighty-nine percent of New York Times readers believe lifelong learning is extremely important.
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Service Details:

3-5 articles Monday-Friday during the U.S. academic year (September-May).

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