Newspapers In Education
is a continual effort by newspapers,
local educators and businesses to help
bring an additional educational resource
to children by including
the newspaper in
Question: What is Newspapers In Education?
Answer: Newspapers in Education brings newspapers into schools, helping teachers stimulate student interest in reading, writing,math, science, geography, government, economics and social studies from elementary to high school. Newspapers give teachers real-life applications to use with their classroom instruction. The newspaper allows teachers to teach the reading and comprehension skills necessary to succeed in life as they use the activity ideas provided for them by The Herald-Dispatch and the Education Outreach program. With the newspaper as a education resource,teachers can encourage their students to read the information critically and reflect on what they learn about present-day issues in the world around them.
The newspaper gives students what they care about most – the present. The newspaper helps students find information about the world, sports and life,"subjects" that are current, relevant and interesting. Students like reading the newspaper because it is real, different every day and a connection to the world around them.
If you would like The Herald-Dispatch delivered to your classroom, please contact
Misty Deere at 304-526-2701.