Sign up for Boston Herald Smart Camp
Learn new technology skills and have fun during Boston Herald Smart Camp. You’ll learn how to use the Boston Herald’s online newspaper in conjunction with engaging classroom activities. Sign up today for a chance to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card! Camp begins July 7. Teachers, sign up for Smart Camp here.

If you would like to order newspapers for your summer program without participating in Smart Camp, order here. The Boston Herald Smart Edition is available at no cost to schools, adult education programs, and education programs in libraries. The Smart Edition is an exact copy of the Boston Herald print edition, but it’s available online. With the Smart Edition, students enjoy a print newspaper experience with all the extra benefits of an online resource. Your FREE subscription also includes access to our Curriculum Page where you can download more than 40 activity guides! Order the Smart Edition now!

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Free Summer Technology Workshop & Luncheon at the Herald

Learn valuable technology tools for the classroom and enjoy lunch during our Tech Tools for the Classroom Workshop. The event is free and will be held at the Boston Herald on Thursday, August 14 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    You'll learn how to:
  • Use Flip Quiz software to develop quizzes for your class
  • Use the multimedia program Dipity to create current events timelines
  • Implement the Boston Herald Smart Edition into your curriculum
To register, email Brianne Costa with your name, email, school, grade, and phone number. Space is limited, so register now.


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