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Summer Reading Contest Week 7: What Got Your Attention in The...

Welcome to the seventh week of our 11th Annual Summer Reading Contest!This contest is open to students 13-19 from anywhere in the world. To...

Summer Reading Contest Winner, Week 4: On ‘Many Latinos Couldn’t Stay...

WinnerMarcella Rodio, 16, from River Dell High School in Oradell, New Jersey chose an article headlined “Many Latinos Couldn’t Stay Home. Now Virus Cases...

Summer Reading Contest Week 6: What Got Your Attention in The...

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Summer Reading Contest Week 5: What Got Your Attention in The...

Our 11th Annual Summer Reading Contest enters its fifth week!This contest is open to students 13-19 from anywhere in the world. To participate, submit...

144 Picture Prompts to Inspire Student Writing

We’ve been publishing our Picture Prompts series four days a week since 2016. These short, accessible, image-driven prompts invite students to create short stories,...

Citing Educational Risks, Scientific Panel Urges That Schools Reopen

In one survey, 62 percent of educators and administrators reported that they were somewhat or very concerned about returning to school while the coronavirus...

Summer Reading Contest Winner, Week 2: On ‘Vincent Lionti, Violist and...

WinnerZachary Hommel, 17, from Cornwall Central High School in New Windsor, N.Y. chose the obituary, “Vincent Lionti, Violist and Youth Orchestra Conductor, Dies at...

Summer Reading Contest Winner, Week 3: On ‘NASA Names Headquarters After...

Chandini chose the article “NASA Names Headquarters After Its First Black Female Engineer, Mary Jackson”, which expounded on the remarkable career of an aeronautical...

Summer Reading Contest Week 4: What Got Your Attention in The...

The United States is one of the most unequal countries in the developed world. People who aren’t wealthy have less chance of success and...

Behold Vermont, From Above – The New York Times

At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, with travel restrictions in place worldwide, we launched a new series — The World Through a Lens...

Winners of Our Third Annual Podcast Contest

“The Dangers of the Internet for Two Teenage Girls” by Sanaz Zaman, 13, and Hong Yeju, 13, UCSI International School, Selangor, Malaysia“The Fear of...

Over 100 Lesson Plans Based on New York Times Articles

Every school day we choose an important or interesting Times article to feature in our Lesson of the Day and pair it with a...

Summer Reading Contest Week 3: What Got Your Attention in The...

“Black trans lives matter!” “Black trans lives matter!” “Black trans lives matter!” “So let me tell you something: Voguing has always been a protest....

Summer Reading Contest Winner Week 1: On ‘I’m a Black American....

WinnerUla Ekmecic, 16, from Roosevelt High School in Seattle chose an Opinion essay headlined “I’m a Black American. I Had to Get Out” and...

A Nostalgic Look at Independence Days of Yesteryear

Thumbing through old photographs is a reliable way of evoking nostalgia. And these black-and-white Independence Day photographs, pulled from The New York Times’s archive,...

8 Picture Books That Let Young Minds Wonder and Wander on...

I DREAM OF A JOURNEYWritten and illustrated by Akiko Miyakoshi.A plaque, next to rows of glimmering keys, reads “Solitude Hotel.” It is late in...

Commuting, and Confronting History, on a Remote Canadian Railway

At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, with travel restrictions in place worldwide, we launched a new series — The World Through a Lens...

Switching Letters, Skipping Lines: Troubled and Dyslexic Minds

This week, we are publishing the work of all the winners and runners-up in the middle school and high school categories of our Seventh...

Summer Reading Contest Week 2: What Got Your Attention in The...

Welcome to Week Two of our 11th Annual Summer Reading Contest.This contest is open to students 13-19 from anywhere in the world. To participate,...

How to Entertain Your Kids This Summer

Two Words: Free LaborHousework can also become a form of play, and depending on how well or poorly your children do it, may be...

Not American Yet – The New York Times

Instead, the coronavirus-fueled bias against Asian-Americans is symptomatic of a wider phenomenon: American society has always regarded Asian-Americans as “non-American.”Many Americans, of all stripes,...

Spotify Is Killing Beethoven … Here’s How You Can Save Him!

Since the start of this century, the popularity of all traditional classical music platforms has been plummeting. The percentage of adults attending classical music...

No Love of Milton if Not for Loving Frivolous Fiction

When I displayed my more modest personal bookshelf, featuring shiny-foiled fantasy and colorful young adult novels, he bemoaned, “My dad won’t let me read...

The Plastic Straw Straw Man

But can our bid to save the turtles simply be validated by the aftertaste of soggy cardboard?Unfortunately, the solace that we find in using...

The Class of 2021 Could Change College Admissions Forever

This week, we are publishing the work of all the winners and runners-up in the high school and middle school categories of our Seventh...

This Land Was Made for You and Me

This week, we are publishing the work of all the winners and runners-up in the high school and middle school categories of our Seventh...

How Animal Crossing Will Save Gen Z

This week, we are publishing the work of all the winners and runners-up in the high school and middle school categories of our Seventh...

How Pragmatism Is Poisoning the Democratic Will of America’s Youth

This week, we are publishing the work of all the winners and runners-up in the high school and middle school categories of our Seventh...

Bringing Ethics to Your Plate

The book, “Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows,” discusses carnism, the belief system that allows people to eat certain animals over...

Harnessing Boredom in the Age of Coronavirus

A study published in the journal “Science” showed what people would do when they were by themselves for six to 15 minutes and given...
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