Resources to Support Teleschool Plans: COVID-19
The CommonLit team is here to help schools that are coping with closures related to COVID-19. In this blog post, we highlight strategies for using CommonLit digitally with students. CommonLit is 100% free for teachers, students, and parents. CommonLit is a nonprofit education technology organization dedicated to ensuring that all students, especially students in Title […]

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Resources to Support Teleschool Plans: COVID-19

The CommonLit team is here to help schools that are coping with closures related to COVID-19. In this blog post, we highlight strategies for using CommonLit digitally with students. CommonLit is 100% free for teachers, students, and parents.

CommonLit is a nonprofit education technology organization dedicated to ensuring that all students, especially students in Title I schools, graduate with the reading, writing, communication, and problem-solving skills they need to be successful in college and beyond.

We believe in providing teachers with all the resources they need to set their students up for success, while also encouraging best practices in the classroom. That’s why the CommonLit Literacy Model is built on a foundation of over 2,000 high-quality free reading passages for grades 3-12, complemented by aligned interim assessments, growth-oriented data, and expert-led teacher development.

Our resources are:

  • Flexible
  • Research-Based
  • Effective, as proven by third-party review
  • Aligned to the Common Core State Standards
  • Created by teachers, for teachers.

Our theory of action is that through these resources and services, the CommonLit Literacy Model will build teacher capacity to use instructional best practices. See why teachers everywhere are turning to CommonLit by browsing our library today.

Check out their recent blog posts about digital features to support remote learning and our guide for turning any CommonLit lesson into a video lesson. CommonLit will also be running free webinars on how to get started; sign up here.



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