Hilltown Families


For the 5th summer in a row, the New York Times is offering an additional way for teens to learn and grow through summer reading; however, instead of focusing on major literary works, the program uses the Times’ own content as “required” reading. Open to students ages 13-19, the contest is a great way to stimulate teen intellectual curiosity through current affairs…

Public radio stations offer a daily stream of information, bringing with it nearly endless learning potential. Listen Current offers educators short public radio news stories alongside resources for facilitating learning amongst teens and tweens, providing support for news-based learning. Using Listen Current’s resources, middle- and high-school-aged students can tackle topics in social studies, science, and english/language arts – all through the entry point of current events.

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