Free New York Times Subscription for High School Teachers and Students

Free New York Times Subscription for High School Teachers and Students

High school students, teachers, and administrators in the U.S. are eligible for a free New York Times subscription. Access, which is online only and does not include the print version, is available free from now until September 1, 2021.

Who is eligible for a free The New York Times subscription?

United States high school students, their teachers, and their administrators are eligible.

Who is NOT eligible?

  • Students under the age of 13
  • Students and adults who are part of homeschool programs
  • Students at schools in which administrators have not granted consent in states that require it
  • Those in schools outside of the U.S.

How to sign up

Teachers and administrators of high schools in the United States can start the process by registering HERE. Invite emails will then be sent to students to access their free New York Times subscription.

What is included in the free New York Times subscription?

The subscription includes all articles, videos, photos, etc. online and in the app. It also includes lessons from The Learning Network featuring articles, photos, webinars, podcasts, and more.

Why is The New York Times available for free?

The mission of The New York Times — to seek the truth and help people understand the world — is critically important in this moment of upheaval. And as students and teachers head into an unprecedented school year, it’s essential that they have access to information that helps them understand what’s happening.

This led the publication to team up with Verizon to provide high school students and teachers with a free subscription so they can stay connected to what’s happening in our changing world.

Again, go HERE to sign up.


Free New York Times Subscription for High School Teachers and Students

Like it? Share with your friends!

1 share
Rachael Moshman
Rachael Moshman, M.Ed., an editor at Bored Teachers, is a mom, educator, writer, and advocate for self-confidence. She's been a teacher in classrooms of infants through adult college students. She loves pizza, Netflix and yoga. Connect with her at [email protected]
Choose A Format
Share your amazing stories, tips, opinions, and other stuff that matters.
Upload your funny, inspiring, DIY, or informative video(s) for the world to see!
Personality quiz
Leave the serious quizzes at school, these are strictly fun! You make the questions and pre-define the results.
Trivia quiz
Time to test your friends' knowledge! You choose the subject and have fun seeing who scores the highest!
Pose any question to millions of educators by creating your own polls/surveys, whether for research, for fun, or for the sake of curiosity!
Share your classroom decor, costumes, funny classroom antics, silly grading moments, or other teacher life shenanigans!