This year, we all need more resources for talking with students about current events, and for teaching media literacy. That’s why we were thrilled when our friends at The Wall Street Journal offered to give away three packages of the WSJ High School program to WeAreTeachers readers. You can choose print, digital, or both! Value is approximately $1,000.
Regardless of whether your school is fully virtual, on-campus, or hybrid, WSJ has a solution that will fit you and your students’ needs. They work with you to set up school-specific login credentials to be shared with students.
Here’s what else we love about the WSJ High School program:
- Your ENTIRE high school gets access! Many subject areas draw on current events, not just English or journalism. With this subscription you can share the love!
- You can get print copies too. If your school is doing in-person learning this year, you can get print copies to use in classrooms, libraries, and common areas.
- You and your students get podcast and video access. Featuring interviews with WSJ editors and notable influencers.
- Free classroom guides and case studies. Make the most of the program with direct access to resources, articles, and the different ways professors are using the WSJ.