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The Times-News Newspaper in Education program provides print and electronic replica editions (e-editions) of the newspaper at a reduced rate for use in Alamance County (N.C.) area classrooms. Teachers from elementary to high school use the newspaper as a tool for increasing test scores, improving reading comprehension skills, and helping students experience history as it happens.

STEM – Special Feature

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Teacher Services

NIE NEWSLETTER
All teachers who receive the newspaper also receive our monthly NIE e-newsletter with news related to the Newspaper in Education program, student contests, lesson ideas and more.

 FREE TEACHER’S GUIDES & NIE LESSONS
All teachers who receive the newspaper also receive our monthly NIE e-newsletter with news related to the Newspaper in Education program, student contests, lesson ideas and more. Click Here

NIE WORKSHOPS
The Times-News offers free NIE workshops for teachers as requested. The 1-2 hour workshops can be held at your school or at the Times-News after school or on teacher workdays. We also host a FREE 10-hour summer workshop for credit. To schedule a workshop at your school or to register for the summer workshop, contact mterry@thetimesnews.com or call (336)506-3071.

CLASSROOM PRESENTATIONS
Call to arrange a classroom newspaper presentation by our NIE Director, Michele Terry. Our presentation covers all aspects of publishing a daily newspaper, including how a newspaper is organized, newspaper terminology, fun and interesting facts about the Times-News, and a hands-on NIE activity or craft. It’s the perfect introduction to the newspaper for your students and can be adapted for all grade levels. We also have a 13-minute “video tour” of a newspaper for upper elementary, middle and high school students.

TOURS OF THE TIMES-NEWS
Let your students see how their daily newspaper is published every day. Bring them for a tour where they’ll get to meet some of our reporters and photographers, see how ads are made, and see the gigantic printing press and one-ton rolls of newspaper print! Tours are available for groups of 30 or fewer Monday-Friday. Call 336/506-3071 to schedule your class tour.