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Learn with The New York Times

大发客户端At The School of The New York Times, we translate the knowledge and practices of The New York Times into educational experiences for diverse learners. Our mission as a school is to nurture intellectual curiosity while helping students sharpen important life skills such as critical thinking and information literacy.

大发客户端The School offers educational programs for pre-college and professional audiences ranging from summer courses to online courses that explore important issues in media, business politics, arts, culture, technology and other real-world subject matter. All of our courses are designed to help students develop the skills and competencies that will guide their educational and professional paths.

Our instructors are experts in their fields, recognized thought leaders and practitioners who structure their classes around the real-time conversations defining their professions. Many are award-winning writers, editors or photographers from The New York Times. Others are from T Brand Studio and other organizations, and all are dedicated to training and inspiring the next generation of creative thinkers.

Our Story

For more than 100 years, The New York Times has taken license with its motto, “All the News That’s Fit to Print.” It has become a clearinghouse for information on almost every topic under the sun—from international affairs to Silicon Valley start-ups, the Supreme Court to the Higgs boson particle, the fashion runways of Paris to the best hotel in Kathmandu.

Every day, readers turn to The Times for credible reports and insights on important events and underlying issues. Behind the reports lie a formidable line-up of talent: a foreign correspondent hurriedly writing in a notebook, a videographer angling for the best shot, an interaction designer creating a multimedia layout, an editor weighing passages for balance, objectivity and veracity. This torrent of activity occurs day after day, every day. And now, in the new digital world, minute after minute.

大发客户端It’s a truism to say that the flow of accurate, meaningful news is essential to our democracy. But information and education drink from the same source. Equally important to an informed citizenry is the ever-growing reservoir of ideas and critical concepts to be explored and passed along from teacher to student. Who better to teach these ideas than those who have put them into practice their entire careers?

It is not surprising that a newspaper that began in 1851 and has been used in public classrooms for decades eventually established its own school. Since 2016, The School of The New York Times has tapped the resources and expertise of The Times to build a vibrant intellectual community and a full-fledged educational institution.

Our Commitment to Diversity

The School of The New York Times is committed to fostering a culture that embraces the values of diversity and inclusiveness. We believe that diversity is a driver for new ideas, creativity and academic excellence. Our mission is to provide affordable educational opportunities to as many qualified applicants as possible. All students may apply for Financial Aid and the Diverse Voices Scholarship Fund.

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