The Learning Network


  • The Learning Network publishes about 1,000 teaching resources each school year, all based on using Times content — articles, essays, images, videos, graphics and podcasts — as teaching tools across subject areas.
  • Most of our resources are free (only our lesson plans are limited to five per month for nonsubscribers).
  • Our intended audience is middle and high school teachers and students (teenagers 13 and up). That said, we know that our content is used in elementary schools and colleges as well, and much of it is appropriate for both.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is The Learning Network by New York Times?

The Learning Network is a learning resource for Social Studies. It is available in the following format(s): Website. It is suited for 9th - College students.

What grade level is The Learning Network by New York Times appropriate for?

It is designed for 9th - College students, but could be useful for students of other ages as well; please look at the description and images to determine suitability.

How much does The Learning Network by New York Times cost?

It is free!