Newsela beta release gives teachers free access to leveled texts

6/22/2013 12:00:00 AM
Newsela is a newly-launched service that provides daily news articles written at five levels of difficulty for students from elementary through high school. Articles are paired with quizzes aligned to the new Common Core State Standards so teachers can track their students' progress on a daily basis.

Newsela Beta is available for free. Register now for unlimited access to articles and quizzes.

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