January 2014
New York Times Upfront;1/13/2014 Supplement, Vol. 146, p1
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses the publication including its goal of connecting current events to the curriculum and helping educators meet Common Core and other academic standards, range of topics and subscription benefits.


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