How to save teachers 7+ hours a week with the right supplemental materials


Newsela is committed to helping school leaders be thoughtful about the materials used for instruction and identifying and complementing the gaps in their existing core curriculum resources in order to take stress and unnecessary work off of teachers’ plates, to deeply engage students, and to accelerate learning and get students back on track. In this guide, learn about the six common gaps in core materials and how to fill them.

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Learn about the most commonly reported gaps in core materials (and the risks of leaving them unfilled)
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Identify which gaps your school may have, and how other administrators around the country have addressed them
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See how Newsela can help you achieve complete content coverage by complementing your core materials
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Administrators acknowledge that even the best core materials have some gaps and no single core resource can do it all. 3 out of 5 administrators agree that their core ELA & Social Studies resources have critical gaps that must be covered by supplemental resources.

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