Information on our awards programs and annual conference, helpful links, connections to young-reader professionals – it’s all here.
The NAA Foundation encourages collaboration between newspapers and schools to support student-produced media. We work with scholastic media associations nationwide to provide training and resources, with an emphasis on enhancing appreciation of the First Amendment.
We offer two programs annually. Young Reader Awards recognize, showcase and disseminate new and noteworthy ideas in NIE and YEA programs. Youth Content Awards honor efforts by student journalists who work with their local newspapers to produce content for teens and children.
The NAA Foundation Online Directory is now housed on NAA.org. Usernames and passwords are required to use the directory. Registration is free.
If you are already registered, you may sign in to access the online directory now. To sign up, check your registration status or retrieve your password, please visit the account status page.
Newspaper in Education (NIE) is a cooperative effort between schools and newspapers to promote the use of newspapers as an educational resource. The Newspaper Association of America Foundation is the administrative organization for NIE programs in the United States. View a list of newspapers with NIE programs, as well as vendors and other NIE resources.
If you are already registered, you may sign in to access the online directory now. To sign up, check your registration status or retrieve your password, please visit the account status page. (Note: Your username will be the e-mail address you used for registration, which is usually a business e-mail account.)
The Youth Editorial Alliance is an advocate for youth voices in the news media. We're committed to high quality newspaper content which addresses their concerns. There are dozens of great youth sections being published around the country. See what other YEA participants are doing!
This section showcases best practices in young-reader and diversity initiatives. Explore the many ways your colleagues at newspapers of all circulation sizes are supporting and raising the profile of their programs.
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