Proven Solutions that Improve
Comprehension Across the Curriculum

Each day, our team of award-winning journalists and educators takes the current events kids want to know about and produces accessible articles and activities that improve reading comprehension and boost student engagement. Learn more about how The Juice inspires learners by clicking on your need below.

Teacher engaging students with The Juice

Broadens Overall Student Knowledge

The Juice’s interactive learning platform equips students with the skills necessary to thrive in today’s society. 

Reading Comprehension

Improved Reading Comprehension

Purposeful, daily reading practice with short-form content builds informational text skills.

Critical Thinking

Deeper Critical Thinking

Learning prompts and standards-aligned assessment questions spur exploration.

Civic Awareness

Heightened Civic Awareness

Cross-curricular content develops broadened understanding of current events.

Engaging Content Makes Learning Enjoyable

The Juice includes interactive tools and supports to engage all learners in a classroom. The examples below show how The Juice personalizes learning and provides actionable performance data to educators. 

See The Juice in Action

Interact with the most recent edition. Read today’s articles in over 70 languages, answer quiz questions aligned to reading standards, and find the reading level that’s right for your learner.

Endorsed by Educators, Loved by Students.

Teachers rave about the efficacy and ease, students tout the relevant content.

William Kimes
William KimesSpecial Ed Teacher, Newport, RI
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The Juice brought our classes together around a common conversation point. They brought ideas and people into our lives that would not have otherwise been accessible. Thank you to the Juice staff for supporting student literacy.
Genna Weisenberg
Genna WeisenbergSocial Studies Teacher, Van Nuys, CA
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I used The Juice as a warm up and I liked that it provided students with a reliable source of information and a variety of articles. I also liked the short story length and that I could differentiate the reading levels.
Jesus Nunez
Jesus NunezMontebello Unified School District, CA
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The content in The Juice was rich and engaging. The students were able to have group discussions on specific articles read in class. I feel it really helped their comprehension and communication skills.