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Become a Teacher Advisor for Scholastic News Online

We are looking for a team of teacher advisors who will use Scholastic News Online as a resource with their students. Then the team will critique the Web site and give advice on content, design, and educational issues. The feedback process will involve answering specific questions about the Web site through email, surveys, and possibly a visit to your classroom from the Scholastic News Online editorial team.

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We look for teachers who are willing to share their time and expertise. We also look for teachers who represent diverse school settings, student populations, and levels of experience. If you would like us to consider you as a teacher advisor, please send an email to Laura Leigh Davidson, Associate Editor for Scholastic News Online ([email protected]) with your information (see questionnaire).

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