From ready-to-use solutions to individual articles and multimedia, NYTLicensing offers a wide range of educational products to help learners of all ages develop important skills using the highest quality journalism from The New York Times and the world’s leading educational brands. Our rich and imaginative materials promote the development of news literacy, writing styles, critical thinking, reading comprehension, vocabulary, grammar, debate, research and more.
Inspire students with fresh and worldly content that can be adapted for all use cases. Ideas include: classroom exercises, curriculum development, print publications and supplements, digital products and platforms, language learning and more.
Highlights Hidden Pictures™
Provide hours of entertainment and help sharpen important early-learning skills — like visual perception, concentration and self-confidence.
The New York Times for Kids
Empower young audiences to understand the world they live in with a kid-friendly version of The New York Times.
Scholastic: Upfront & Science World
Engage students with quality storytelling on current events and science topics from Scholastic, one of the world’s leading educational publishers.
The Learning Network
Meaningfully connect current events to perennial classroom topics using New York Times reporting paired with educational exercises.
The New York Times News Service
Help students learn about global affairs and become well-versed citizens of the world through access to The New York Times’s world-renowned daily report.
We work with some of the world's leading providers of educational materials:
Busuu is the world’s largest community for language learning, providing courses in 12 different languages on web and mobile to more than 90 million learners. Busuu integrates journalism from The New York Times with their award-winning teaching methodology to create an immersive online learning experience that engages users on current events.
Educational Testing Service (ETS)
2020欧冠预选赛赛程时间Educational Testing Service (ETS), the world's largest private nonprofit educational assessment and measurement organization, incorporates question prompts developed by The New York Times Learning Network into their Writing Mentor® Google Docs add on app. The Writing Mentor® app is intended to help students develop their academic writing skill, reflect on and review their writing as well as become more comfortable with the writing process.
Obunsha, a leading publisher of educational materials in Japan, reports that articles from The New York Times are the most heavily used English-language content throughout the Japanese national exams that they publish as practice for the next generation of standardized test-takers.