WriteToLearn Now Provides Student Performance Data to District Administrators

Today Pearson announced new capabilities in WriteToLearn, its automatically scored, web-based tool for building writing and reading comprehension skills for students in grades 4-12.
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Today Pearson announced new capabilities in WriteToLearn, its automatically scored, web-based tool for building writing and reading comprehension skills for students in grades 4-12. The assessment and learning solution will now provide student performance and usage data to district administrators. WriteToLearn also now features 39 new literature-based prompts for essay writing.

WriteToLearn provides students the opportunity to practice their essay and summary writing skills and expand their vocabulary. The tool assesses student work by evaluating the meaning of text, not just grammar and spelling. 

WriteToLearn was named Best of Show at ISTE 2016 by Tech & Learning magazine. For more information, visit www.WriteToLearn.net.

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