The New Jersey Newspaper-in-Education and Youth Readership Committee is Supported by

 

802 New Jersey Schools Reported Mock Election Results; 286,249 Students Voted

New Jersey students from kindergarten through 12th grade cast ballots in October in the 2008 National Student/Parent Mock Election.

Results are posted on the New Jersey Mock Election website, titled Democacy 101.

A story about the results is posted on this website.


New Jersey's NIE and Youth Readership Program Named 2nd Best in the Nation

The NIE & Youth Readership Committee of the New Jersey Press Foundation was honored in May 2008 by the Newspaper Association of America Foundation with a second-place General Excellence award for our 2007 programs.

Agendas and Minutes of NIE&YR Meetings

NIE & Youth Readership Projects

Articles by NIE & Youth Readership Committee Members

NJPF's Newspaper-In-Education Grants Program

About NJPF

National NIE & Youth Readership Resources


E-editions of Newspapers Touted as an Alternate Way to Reach Young Readers

A report on the committee's February program is posted on an inside page of this website. For a summary and a link to the full NAA report, click here.


NAA Research Shows NIE Programs and Youth Pages Benefit The Bottom Line

Click here for a summary of three national research projects and links to three full reports.

Directory of New Jersey NIE and Youth Readership Programs

New Jersey NIE and Youth-Page websites

Curriculum Guides for N.J. Teachers

Free Serialized Stories and Tabs for N.J. Teachers and Students

Programs for High School Journalism Teachers and Students

Journalism Diversity Workshop for High School Students

 

New Jersey Press Foundation
Founded in 1962 as the charitable arm of the New Jersey Press Association
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609-406-0600, ext. 13 ~ Fax: 609-406-0300 ~ foundationprograms@njpa.org

NJPF is a charitable 501(c)3 foundation for inspiring youth readership, advancing student journalism, providing scholarships, and boosting the public's understanding of the free press and its role in our democratic society.
The foundation organized its Newspaper in Education & Youth Readership Committee in 2000.