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Introduction to Renaissance myON NewsTM

Run time: 36:20

Reading more informational text is critical for college and career readiness. But with so much unreliable information on the Internet, many districts are cautious about bringing news stories and other online content into the classroom.

So how can you incorporate daily news into your curriculum while ensuring this news is reliable, non-partisan, and written at just the right level for your students?

Watch this session for the answers. You’ll see how Renaissance myON News, powered by News-O-Matic, provides every learner with:

  • Engaging daily news articles, written specifically for students
  • Embedded multi-media supports, including audio narration and video
  • Instant access to related digital books, for a deeper dive into each topic
  • Spanish and French text and audio, to better support the needs of English Learners

Whether you’re looking to bring more nonfiction into your classroom or for ways to help students strengthen their media literacy skills, you’re sure to discover new insights in this short, engaging session.


Christina Jordan is Educational Consultant at Renaissance. A former elementary educator, she now helps schools and districts create personalized learning experiences in literacy and writing.

Lisa Lysne is Senior Product Marketing Manager for Literacy at Renaissance. In this role, she works with educators across the US to support Accelerated Reader best practices.

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