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Welcome to the Student Section of NIE World

The cyberspace home of the Newspaper in Education (NIE) Program of The News-Journal,
the daily newspaper serving Volusia and Flagler counties in Florida.
The office is just across the river from"The World's Most Famous Beach" and just a few blocks north of the race track where the Daytona 500 and other motor sporting events are run.

One aim of our program is to help students better understand themselves, their community
and the world. Grab your mouse and see what's written in our stars for you.

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Learning Links provides homework help, resources, and fun things for you to do on the Web.

Read and Recycle offers a few interesting ways you can reuse the newspaper once you've finished reading it.

PHOTO: Freedom Elementary School 4th-graders, show off some seedlings they selected during an Arbor Day celebration at Victoria Park in DeLand. (Photo: News-Journal/Roger Simms)


By KRISTEN STERNBERG | NIE Educational Consultant

The kidnapping of journalist Daniel Pearl, a foreign correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, brought attention to the dangers many reporters face while covering conflicts around the world. In early 2002, Mr. Pearl was abducted by terrorists while on assignment in Pakistan and was subsequently killed. Closer to home, a newspaper article published in The Daytona Beach News-Journal informed readers about the fascinating—although sometimes risky—career of a journalist named Jennifer Glasse.

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