Get Georgia Reading with
A Free Summer Reading Program
provided by Renaissance
Get details on Back to School Savings.
Renaissance provided free access to thousands of enhanced digital books and age-appropriate news articles this summer for all children, parents/guardians, educators, and librarians in Georgia—as a partner in the Get Georgia Reading Campaign.
During the summer reading program, May 3 through July 31, students achieved:
Download the 2021 Georgia Summer Reading Program Report and see a full summary of state-wide reading data.
During the last five years, students have read for 7,558,332 minutes through the summer program—the equivalent of reading every minute, every day, for more than 14 years!
Keep Georgia students reading year-round with personalized myON accounts!
Learn how to continue the momentum of the Georgia summer reading program with year-round, personalized reading practice for each student. Special pricing is available to transition to individual myON accounts and provide a personalized reading experience for every student.
Now that the summer reading program has concluded, ensure students continue building their literacy skills by providing year-round, personalized reading practice. Personalized myON accounts enable each student to access engaging literacy resources and complete reading assignments in or out of the classroom, or both.
Educators can gain actionable insights into reading achievement and growth by student, class, school, and district, while supporting instruction across all subject areas and in any learning environment.
Special pricing is available to transition from the shared summer reading account to year-round, personalized myON accounts for each student. Email [email protected] for details on Back to School Savings (through October 31).
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What are students in Georgia reading? What Kids Are Reading is the world’s largest annual study of K-12 student reading habits. View the national report and create a custom report to see the most-read books by grade for students in Georgia.