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Welcome to The Philadelphia Inquirer's Newspapers in Education Web site. The Newspapers in Education program puts newspapers and educational resources in the hands of students and educator’s and creates connections between education and the real world. Explore our website to find information about the program, valuable resources and ways that you can be involved.

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Follow tips from an expert and get in touch with your inner artist. A 10-week how-to-draw art series.

“A history that birthed Moses a thousand times.” -Sofiya Ballin. A series on black history and experience.

Review the events of the past week, and think about what you can do to change the future.

About Newspapers In Education
The Philadelphia Inquirer is committed to the belief that newspapers are one of the most valuable resources to date. Newspapers In Education (NIE) was established so students would have the opportunity to obtain world and local knowledge through the news. NIE offers and supplies newspapers and educational supplements to students and teachers in an effort to provide valuable resources to aid students in their lifelong journey of learning.
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First Take 2018

Acel Moore High School Journalism Workshop, is a program for high school students, that seeks to give them an introduction to the field of journalism. The program runs for four Saturdays in February at The Inquirer and Daily News. The students help write, edit and produce their own newspaper, First Take, and create a web site, FirstTake.com. Applications for the program are being accepted.

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