Bring students together
in digital text.

Subtext is your doorway to digital reading. Annotate. Collaborate. Motivate.

An eReading program for K12 schools, Subtext is an iOS app that brings reading to the digital world where today's students live, play, and learn. When educators embed questions, discussion prompts, polls, videos, and web links in digital text, students begin to read closely and with purpose. Teachers call Subtext a "game-changer" for its ability to promote collaborative 21st Century learning while teaching students the skills they'll need to be successful in college and careers.


Subtext has teachers talking.
Join the conversation.

Subtext has teachers talking. Join the conversation.

Read almost anything in Subtext.

Subtext enables teachers to access and save reading content in one place and share nearly anything read digitally. Teachers can search for web articles or ePubs and access open–source books via Google Books and Feedbook. Subtext also enables teachers to save, share, and engage with students in PDFs.

Looking for a certain topic or focusing students on a specific skill? Bring in reading content to support instruction, and share it with a class or group of students. High-interest digital content and engaging in-text tools keep students focused and excited about reading closely and learning together.


Learn more about digital content.

Make learning a shared experience.

Engaging students in digital text with polls and learning prompts keeps them motivated and excited about reading and exchanging ideas. Collaborating with their peers in closed groups helps students build skills necessary for college and career. Teachers love how they can check students' understanding no matter where they are or what time of day. 

Built-in CCR supports: Read. Cite. Write.

Teachers using Subtext have a host of built-in CCR supports to accelerate learning, keep students moving forward, and monitor progress. Students read, cite evidence in the text, and then show what they know with writing activities. Subtext includes more than 50 CCR assignment templates ready to use or customize and embed in any digital text. 


Learn more about built-in CCR supports.

Students talk about Subtext.

Students talk about Subtext.

Differentiate and enhance instruction.

Facilitating discussion and interaction in the text enables teachers to assure students are reading closely, analyzing what they read, and making connections to the outside world. Students can cite text evidence with highlighting and tagging,  and the teacher can scaffold any digital text and embed questions, prompts, or polls to quickly check for understanding. Teachers using Subtext also have access to a host of built-in supports for standards-based instruction and college and career readiness.


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