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How to Get Education Week Premium Content

October 07, 2005 1 min read
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We are now charging for premium Education Week content on www.edweek.org. That will probably cause a few initial roadblocks for some of you, making you wonder what’s going on.

From this point on, access to certain content requires a print subscription to Education Week or an online-only subscription. Our registered subscribers, more than a half-million strong, will continue to have access to Teacher and to two free Ed Week articles per week of their choosing. However, access to the archives, the full issue of Ed Week, the Ed Counts database, and The Daily News now requires a subscription.

Those of you who subscribe to the newspaper and have not yet claimed your free online subscription, please do that by clicking here.

Those who want to subscribe only to Education Week online, click here.

Those of you who want to start a print subscription (and receive free access to everything on edweek.org) click here for our combo offer.

If you who do not want to subscribe, yet, but do want access to all of Teacher and to two free Education Week articles a week, along with access to all of our Agent K-12 jobs site and partial access to our Research Center, click here.

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A version of this news article first appeared in the Behind the Scenes blog.

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