Publication Teaches Business and Economics

The WallStreet Journal Classroom Edition has been redesigned for its 10thanniversary. The monthly newspaper is meant to be a supplemental classroomresource for integrating relevant, timely, real world business and economicstopics into junior high and high school classrooms. In response to feedbackfrom teens and educators, new monthly sections have been added to the paper,delivering news, investing tips, and in-depth perspectives on careers and jobopportunities. All features include Web links for further research. Articlesfor the Classroom Edition are selected from the Wall Street Journal, with a focus on stories that appeal to theinterests and ambitions of today’s teens. The Classroom Edition Web site hasalso been redesigned, and has a new Web address. Dow Jones & Co., New York, NY,

This article originally appeared in the 11/01/2000 issue of THE Journal.

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