| The NAA Foundation focuses on Newspaper In Education, newspaper youth content, scholastic journalism and diversity. In this blog, you'll learn about products, programs and resources that emphasize the use of newspapers and other media by young people. You'll also learn about programs and activities that can help news media companies transform their cultures in order to grow business and increase readership and audience.
Serial Story Expiration Dates
Through an agreement with HarperCollins Children's Books, the NAA Foundation has been able to provide several serial stories at no cost to NIE programs. These serials all expire on June 30, 2011. By that date, all installments must be concluded and all materials must be removed from websites.
The expiration date applies to the following serials:
"Into the Wild"
"Harlem Hellfighters: When Pride Met Courage"
"Ida B. Wells: Let the Truth Be Told"
The Poetry of Shel Silverstein
All of our serials can be accessed here.
Please note that "The Brass Bell" does not expire until Nov. 30, 2011. With chapters in both English and Spanish, it is especially appropriate for Hispanic Heritage Month.
Also available is "Robyn Reports," which has no expiration date.
Apr 22 2011, 12:35 PM
About Marina Hendricks
Marina Hendricks is manager of the NAA Foundation. She manages Newspaper In Education, youth content and scholastic journalism programs, oversees the development of print and online products, and coordinates the NAA Foundation Web site, www.naafoundation.org. Before joining the Foundation, Marina was a features writer and the teen editor at The Charleston Gazette in West Virginia. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Marshall University.