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This education startup you’ve never heard of is in 75% of American classrooms

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A reading revolution is brewing in American classrooms, and one company is quietly leading the charge.

Newsela, a 3-year-old startup that promotes literacy in K-12 education, gives teachers curated news articles to share with their students.

With the help of intelligent software that adjusts article text to match a student’s reading level, teachers can use comprehension quizzes to get immediate feedback when kids are stumped.

Given the sheer scale of illiteracy in the US, among both children and adults, it’s not hyperbole to suggest Newsela could transform how future generations master the English language.

And since Newsela is currently in 75% read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com