[caption id="attachment_25702" align="alignleft" width="200" caption="Study: 22 percent of newspapers plan to charge for online content this year. "]Study: 22 percent of newspapers plan to charge for online content this year. [/caption]

Major newspapers are considering charging readers for access to their online content, marking a business shift that could have significant implications for education.

College students might not be affected as widely as middle and high school students, campus librarians say, because they can simply sign into their college's research database and scroll through thousands of current and archived news articles, wire services, court...

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