Peer Editing an editorial to enter The New York Times annual competition

Peer Editing an editorial to enter The New York Times annual competition
Peer Editing an editorial to enter The New York Times annual competition
Peer Editing an editorial to enter The New York Times annual competition
Peer Editing an editorial to enter The New York Times annual competition
Peer Editing an editorial to enter The New York Times annual competition
Peer Editing an editorial to enter The New York Times annual competition
Peer Editing an editorial to enter The New York Times annual competition
Peer Editing an editorial to enter The New York Times annual competition
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Every year The New York Times invites middle school students and high school students to write a "short, evidence-based persuasive essays like the editorials The New York Times publishes every day."

The challenge is pretty straightforward. Students choose a topic they care about, gather evidence from sources both within and outside of The New York Times, and write a concise editorial (450 words or less) to convince readers of their point of view. Each year the deadline date changes, so teachers will need to check.
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