It's a textbook updated twice a week and delivered straight to the class room. It informs students not of world history, but of current local events. They may read about their neighbors or even see a picture of themselves.
This particular textbook is in the form of a newspaper, and each week it bridges the gap between what students learn and what they see.
"[Newspapers] are a tool that provides the students with the opportunity to apply classroom skills to the real world," said Taylor County Elementary Teacher Patti Brockman.
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