DC Inno November 27, 2017
Michelle Brown, CEO and founder of CommonLit, says the company hit its 1 millionth registered user in 11 months, the same amount of time it took Facebook to land its 1 millionth user. And today, CommonLit is gaining 20,000 users daily, and they have 100,000 daily active users.
Library of Congress September 1, 2017
The Literacy Awards honor organizations working to promote literacy and reading in the United States and worldwide. The awards recognize groups doing exemplary, innovative and replicable work, and they spotlight the need for the global community to unite in striving for universal literacy. “Literacy is the first line of defense against so many problems—unemployment, hunger, poor health—and gives people a foundation for a brighter future,” Hayden said.
The Tech Edvocate August 29, 2017
Educators are always looking for ways to bring a lesson to life. Before re-writing your next lesson plan, check out these six, user-friendly digital resources that could appropriately challenge student mindset and inspire growth in your learners.
Free Enterprise Presented by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce August 21, 2017
She thought to herself, “How do I share this? How do I make these resources available for all schools and teachers?” And the answer soon became clear: put it online. CommonLit has since connected with schools across the country, allowing teachers to have more, do more, and learn more.
American TESOL Institute August 7, 2017
Welcome to a new series where we feature our favorite free web tools and apps for language learners and teachers. This month we are highlighting CommonLit, a website with free reading passages and progress tracking tools for grades 5-12.
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