Students will have access to articles from devices in their school’s IP range

nyt-schoolThe New York Times recently launched In-School Access, a new digital subscription offering for K-12 institutions. The subscription offers full web access to on any device within a school’s IP range, with no login required.

Since The Times began selectively offering In-School Access this summer, dozens of schools from around the country have signed up to participate in the program. Now, The Times is making the program available to K-12 schools worldwide. In-School Access is available exclusively to schools below college or university level and includes:

  • Full access to within a school’s IP range, with web access on any device
  • Access method that is seamless for students and faculty and addresses concerns for student privacy
  • Unlimited access to The Times archive from 1851-1922 and 1981-present. (No access is available to articles from 1923-1980.)

“K-12 teachers and students have used The New York Times newspaper in classrooms for years,” said Yasmin Namini, senior vice president, chief consumer officer, The New York Times. “With this new in-school offering available at affordable rates, schools can access even more news, opinion and analysis from The New York Times on any device, in addition to the award-winning video, photography and infographics only available on” In-School Access is an additional offering to The Times’s existing education digital subscription program, which offers full access to on the web from any location, as well as access to all smartphone apps, using individual user registrations.

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