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Districts Turn to NoRedInk to Build Better Writers, In-Person and Remotely


August 27, 2020


Faced with COVID-19 uncertainties, schools need flexible ways to help teachers provide consistent, high-quality writing instruction, no matter where learning takes place this school year. That is why a rapidly growing number of school districts are implementing NoRedInk, a complete, adaptive writing curriculum for students in grades 5-12.

Several districts across the country have recently chosen to implement or expand their use of NoRedInk. They include Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia, El Paso Independent School District (ISD) and San...

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