Do you use The New York Times in your classroom? Whether you’re a teacher, parent, coach, librarian, tutor, counselor, adviser, administrator or even a student, we want to hear about your idea for teaching or learning with The Times.
As you can see from the many we’ve published over the years, your idea can be elaborate or simple, might involve a whole school or just one child, and could employ multiple sections of the daily paper or one dog-eared article you clipped in 1993.
We’re just interested in hearing about how people are using The Times in as wide a variety of educational settings as possible.
To write in, use our form below.
Please note: This form is a first step; if we decide to use your idea we will contact you to learn more.