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WHY WE LIKE NEWSPAPERS IN EDUCATION

Are you looking for information for your latest research project? Searching for a job? Or planning for your future? The Seattle Times can keep you in touch with what's going on in your world, both in school and out. Here's what a few of your peers have to say about Newspapers In Education (NIE):


"Reading The Seattle Times has taught me valuable information about the actions of our government today. Until this year, I had never taken any particular interest in the actions of our government. I appreciate The Seattle Times for giving me the knowledge I need to take an active role in helping to decide who runs our country."

Devin Haskell
Eastlake High School


"Finally, I would simply like to thank you for taking an active interest in the education of the students in Washington state. Informing young adults is the best way to create educated adults; and thank you for your dedication to journalism and your generous contribution."

Elizabeth Collins
Eastlake High School


"I am glad I had access to this information this year. It is truly an enriching educational program. Reading this newspaper has led me to be a better-rounded person. I have been able to participate in conversations I might not otherwise have joined in on. It gives me a sense of assurance that I can be on top of the news, understanding some basic issues that are so important, especially in these times."

Kevi Akemi Louis-Johnson
Eastlake High School


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