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We checked in to see what digital tools educators and students are using to create their entries for NPR's Student Podcast Challenge. The good news? Many of these apps are free. And accessible.

When making a podcast, finding music — or composing it — can get really complicated, especially if you're going to enter the NPR Student Podcast Challenge. Here are some tips for you to consider. 👇

OK, teachers, you asked for it: It's time once again to turn your classrooms into studios and your lessons into podcasts. That's right, the @NPR  Student Podcast Challenge is back. The contest opens in January.

A year ago, a team of 11th-graders won the first-ever NPR Student Podcast Challenge — for their piece about a nearby town hanging a circus elephant in 1916. Now, the challenge is back for its second year — and we're checking in to see what they learned.

As the NPR Student Podcast Challenge kicks off its second year, here's a quick guide to making your podcast sound great. A good way to start? Build a pillow fort! Veteran NPR correspondent Don Gonyea shows us how ??

@NPR 's Student Podcast Challenge returns with new resources for teachers and students grades 5-12, including a podcast about the contest

The Student Podcast Challenge is open!?? NPR chatted with last year's two grand-prize winners to see how the experience changed their learning and their lives.

The NPR Student Podcast Challenge is asking teachers around the country to turn their classrooms into studios and their lessons into podcasts. As the contest kicks off its second year, here's how you can make your podcast sound great?

? OK, teachers, you asked for it: The NPR Student Podcast Challenge is back!? Last school year, we received nearly 6,000 entries from all 50 states. For this round, educators can start submitting student entries in January. More details to come.

Teachers: The NPR Student Podcast Challenge is back! It's a chance for your students to compete with young people all over the country for our grand prize: your students' story appearing on Morning Edition or All Things Considered.

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A group of eighth-grade girls at Bronx Prep Middle School aren’t afraid of talking about periods. They made a podcast about menstruation — and they’re the middle school winners of our first–ever NPR Student Podcast Challenge.

From the fifth-graders who detailed tater tots' "lasting impact on society" to those who debunked myths about Native Americans, here are eight Student Podcast Challenge entries that blew us away:

These eighth-graders decided they're tired of NOT talking about periods. So they made a podcast about it. Join us in congratulating the middle school grand prize winner of the first-ever @NPR  Student Podcast Challenge!?

This spring, a group of eighth-grade girls in the Bronx got together every Thursday to work on a podcast. Their message? Periods are nothing to be ashamed of. Meet the middle school winners of @npr_ed 's Student Podcast Challenge:

Teachers: do your students have something to say? Now’s their chance. Help them tell us their story in the first-ever NPR Student Podcast Challenge. Learn more here:

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Teachers: Do your students have something to say? Now’s their chance. Help them tell us their story in the first-ever NPR Student Podcast Challenge. Learn more here:

This spring, NPR is challenging students across the country to make their own podcasts. It’s the Student Podcast Challenge. Want in? Contest rules and details are here:

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Teachers: Do your students have something to say? Now’s their chance. Help them tell us their story in the first-ever NPR Student Podcast Challenge. Learn more here:

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