With NYTEducation, The New York Times is Taking Its Expertise and Access to The Classroom

The dual challenges of sinking print readership and contracting digital ad revenue are forcing legacy publishers to ponder new ways of making money. For The New York Times, one of those new ways is opening a summer camp.

This summer, a few hundred high school students will trade some of their vacations to spend a couple of weeks at the NYC Summer Academy, a set of courses designed to give students a comprehensive, cross-sectional look at some of the big areas within the Times’ wheelhouse.

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