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1/2-Price Subscription Offer Now Available - $125 or $62.50 for small papers (new subscribers)

The Newspaper in Education Institute (NIEI) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit NIE educational organization that provides NIE program subscribers with over 300 FREE instructional resources on a web page customized for your NIE program. The page has its own unique web address where you and your NIE teachers may access the resources. There are also connecting web pages for parents & students, streaming video & audio teacher training modules and serial stories & student supplements.

Over 70 NIE departmental resources are also provided including fundraising & grant writing support, NIE research, and practical NIE advice.

 
 

The mission of the Institute, working through subscribing newspapers, is to help teachers improve studentsí standardized test scores and critical thinking skills through the use of quality NIE curriculum resources and student supplements that support educational use of their local newspaper.

Our character and civic education resources encourage students to make good life choices and become responsible citizens in their communities.

We also provide fundraising support, grant processing services, discounts on cMarket Online Auctions, and other useful NIE resources.

All curriculum, student supplements and NIE department resources are provided free of charge to NIE Institute subscribers and may be downloaded from the various resource pages.

 
 

Teachers of subscribing newspapers may access all instructional resources FREE OF CHARGE from the instructional resources web page customized for your NIE program.

Subscribers may also place the teacher web page with all instructional resource on their own password-protected NIE page. HTML files can be downloaded from the Institute's FTP server for you to customize for your NIE program.

Get a quick overview by downloading the User Guide to Resources & Services.

The NIE Institute also provides one low cost service:

Grant Processing using our 501(C)(3) non-profit status (4%-6% fee)