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Teaching Remotely? We’re Here for You!

Along with every issue, you’ll find a treasure trove of customizable digital activities, lesson plans, videos, and plenty of other resources to support you and your students—whether they’re in your classroom, at home, or a combination of the two. As always, please feel free to reach out to us anytime at We’d love to hear from you.

Best wishes,
Ian Zack
Executive Editor, The New York Times Upfront

Getting Set Up

Here are some resources to help you and your students get set up for remote learning

Stories & Activities for Remote Learning

All of our resources are ready for your virtual classroom, but here are a few to help you get started.

Interactive Tools to Build Engagement

Your students can use these interactive tools to explore their world and build key skills.

Help Your Students Become Engaged Citizens

Use these stories to nurture civic knowledge and encourage critical thinking.

Continue to Learn With Upfront's Learning Journeys 

Keep students engaged with quick exercises that complete the reading of each digital article. Scroll to the bottom of the article to see the Learning Journeys.

Explore Our Text Sets

These editor-curated collections of articles focus on a key social studies topic or skill.  

More Resources for You and Your Students!

Empower your students to document their experiences, using our special My History Project kit.


Help students navigate the 2020 election! Get articles at two reading levels, knowledge-building quizzes, and more.

Share ideas, ask for help, and make connections with your Upfront colleagues across the country.