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Staff reports Updated: January 19, 2009 at 12:00 am
Staff reports Updated: January 19, 2009 at 12:00 am • Published: January 19, 2009

The Newspaper in Education program provides access to the paper to area schools for use in the classroom, promoting literacy and knowledge of current events. Studies show students who use newspapers in the classroom score 10% better on standardized tests and minority students score 29%...

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The Newspaper in Education program provides access to the paper to area schools for use in the classroom, promoting literacy and knowledge of current events. Studies show students who use newspapers in the classroom score 10% better on standardized tests and minority students score 29% higher.

For Kindergarten through college: NIE is available for classroom use via the the online electronic Green Edition, an exact replica of the printed version of the paper. Access to The Green Edtion is provided to schools throughout Southern Colorado fully-sponsored, at no cost, thanks to business and subscriber donations. For more information or to order NIE electronic copies, call 636-0229 or click here to sign up online

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