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New York Times Rolls Out K-12 Digital Subscription Service

The New York Times recently announced the launch of their In-School Access service. Open to K-12 schools, the digital subscription provides educators and students with unlimited access to the Times website on any device in the school’s IP zone. It’s all login-free.

“K-12 teachers and students have used The New York Times newspaper in classrooms for years,” said Yasmin Namini, senior vice president, chief consumer officer, The New York Times in a press release.

“With this new in-school offering available at affordable rates, schools can access even more news, opinion and analysis from The New York Times on any device, in addition to the award-winning video, photography and infographics only available on”

While the archives will include articles from 1851 to 1922 and 1981 to the present, it will exclude access to works published between 1923 and 1980. Nonetheless, trials at selected schools have been successful before the release.

Article by Jason Papallo, Education World Social Media Editor

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