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Since 1987 Boston Herald in Education has delivered free newspapers to thousands of classrooms throughout New England thanks to our readers and friends. Now we need your help to continue the program. Donate today.

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Get your students published in the Boston Herald!

Now your students have the opportunity to be published in the Boston Herald each month with our new Student Voices program. Visit the NIE blog at the beginning of each month for a new writing prompt based on current events. Complete program details are available here. Contact us with any questions at brianne.costa@bostonherald.com or call 617-619-6220.


Introductory News Literacy
The “Introductory News Literacy” guide from the American Press Institute is perfect for budding student journalists. The PDF packet includes lessons and activities on analyzing messages in news media, researching and writing news stories, and contributing to news resources. Download the full guide from our curriculum page here.


Boston Herald In Education is a program of Mass Literacy, which supports the development of a fully literate population in Massachusetts.
 


Find & Share Literacy Resources
Mass Literacy is the only online resource designed to specifically support the Massachusetts literacy community. Users can find and share professional resources that matter—services, news, events, best practices, management tools, grants, fundraising strategies and professional opportunities. Visit Massliteracy.org


NIE and the Common Core State Standards
A 77-page teacher guide is filled with NIE activities aligned to these standards for grades K-12 in Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies. Curriculum Page.



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