Online Resources for High School Students

Received the below announcement from Verizon, and sharing for everyone’s benefit.


 

I’m pleased to alert you that Verizon is working with The New York Times to offer free digital access to all high school students across the country this spring, and you can learn more and sign up at www.nytimes.com/highschoolaccess. The goal is to help students stay informed and connected, so they can better understand our rapidly evolving world.

It works by school administrators registering their high school and activating a group subscription. Then the school invites and manages student access, and students receive an email enabling them to opt in. Students’ privacy is protected and they will not see personalized advertising on The Times’s website or app.

Young people deserve access to tools to help them understand the world and empower them to lead, so I hope you’ll find this useful for the teens in your schools, programs, and lives. Work with your school administrator to register now and feel free to share this offer widely. And, please reach out to ExpandED Schools for ideas on how to integrate this opportunity to expand learning.

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