A New York Times columnist worries that programs like ChatGPT threaten the future of writing — and the benefits and joys of excelling at it. Do you agree?
Thank you to the more than 1,300 students who participated this year. Check out the winning videos to learn 11 new words.
Our eight writing units, each with its own practical step-by-step guide, are based on real-world features like reviews, photo essays, narratives, podcasts and more.
From Oct. 4 to Nov. 1, we invite teenagers to tell a true story about a meaningful life experience in just 100 words.
College freshmen read a New York Times Magazine piece about issues in education, then communicate what they learned by experimenting with audience and format.
A 15-year-old has been asking presidential candidates tough questions on the campaign trial. What questions would you pose to someone in a position of power?
To accompany our 100-Word Narrative Contest, we’re inviting you to write about your memories — with inspiration from last year’s winners.