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In 10-20 minutes, children, teens, and parents read non-biased news stories covering major domestic and international stories, spark STEM and Arts curiosity with videos and infographics, and answer state-aligned standards-based questions as they sharpen their reading comprehension and critical thinking skills and become smarter about our world.

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FAQ

What do you mean by 5 Seats?

By seats, we mean the number of Children Accounts you can have. When you sign up for The Juice: Home Edition, the email account used for the process will be registered as the Master Teacher Account. With this account, you can create up to 5 linked Children Accounts. During the checkout process you can create these linked accounts.

What Are Different Reading Levels? Can I Change Them?

Every edition of The Juice is written at four different grade reading levels:

  • Level 1: Grades 5-6
  • Level 2: Grades 7-8
  • Level 3: Grades 9-10
  • Level 4: Grades 11-College

When creating your linked Children Accounts, you can set the reading level then.

How does The Juice handle bias?

The Juice is written by master educators and award-winning journalists. We’ve anchored Good Morning America, championed students of all backgrounds and ages, and won teaching awards alongside 12 Emmys and a Peabody.

We craft non-partisan, balanced stories that focus on the facts, explore multiple viewpoints, and cut through the noise. We do not use software to determine the news or to create content. We believe that robots, filters, and algorithms make us less informed and reduce the diversity of the information we consume. When we only see news and opinions that support our beliefs, confirmation bias arises, making us less tolerant, less thoughtful, and more divided.

When will my children get their first issue?

Once you’ve signed up, you and your child will get your first issue of The Juice within 24-48 hours. Juice Editions release every week day by 6am Eastern.

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Sydney Teske

Social media and community manager

I earned my BA in Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation from the University of San Francisco, graduating Cum Laude while running Division 1 Track and Field. I continued my education at King’s College London, where I earned my MA in Cultural and Creative Industries.

I have experience in marketing, PR, and social media across several industries, including B2B tech, lifestyle, hospitality, digital advertising, and sports. I currently work as a digital marketing strategist for the New York Mets.

Outside of work I enjoy workout classes, travel, baseball (8 ballparks down, 22 to go), and reading as much as possible.

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US Politics (Grades 11-12)

Biden Executive Orders Will Reverse Trump Policies

President-elect Joe Biden plans to sign a flurry of executive orders soon after his inauguration tomorrow. He plans to address what he’s calling the four crises facing the country. They are COVID-19, the economic downturn, racial injustice, and climate change.

An executive order is a written directive from the president carrying powers similar to a federal law. Presidents have historically used these orders to push policies forward quickly because they do not require approval from Congress. The downside of executive orders is that they are easily overturned by any new president. That is not true for federal laws.

Among other moves overturning Trump administration policies, Biden’s orders will return the US to the Paris Climate Accord and to the Iran nuclear deal.

Related to the pandemic, Biden will require face masks on federal properties and during interstate travel. Other orders will be aimed at safely reopening schools and businesses.

On immigration, Biden will order agencies to determine how to reunite children separated from their families after crossing the US-Mexico border. Another order will end travel restrictions targeting majority-Muslim countries.

Other orders will address “equity and support communities of color,” criminal justice reform, and access to healthcare.

Photo from Reuters.

Bold words are interactive vocab words in The Juice.

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Brendan Kells

VP, Education

After a career spent teaching students to become more sophisticated consumers of information in the classroom, I now serve as The Juice’s lead education specialist. I ensure our products are aligned with the educational promises we’ve made to the educational community.

Like many career educators, in addition to my 14 years as a classroom teacher at Cambridge Rindge and Latin, I served in many roles, including nine summers as the Principal of the Cambridge-Harvard Summer Academy. As a principal, teacher, mentor, advisor, and coach, I taught a wide range of subjects to a wide range of learners.

I earned my BA in History from Boston College and my Masters in teaching from Tufts University.

Robert Plotkin

CTO

I have over 30 years of experience in technology, software and Internet development. After starting my career building cutting-edge medical diagnostic equipment, I spent a decade at IBM’s T.J. Watson Research Center developing and programming a parallel supercomputer, then worked on interactive and Internet streaming-media technologies and large-scale database applications. After that, I worked at an early-stage Internet company developing streaming video content and have been involved in technology assessment for private equity, venture and public company investment for more than 15 years.

I have been developing web properties for public and private companies as well as for not-for-profits since the 2000’s. I am the holder of multiple patents and am published in peer-reviewed technology journals. I hold degrees from Columbia University’s School of Engineering (BSEE) and NYU Polytechnic (MSCS).

When not working or spending time with my family, I can be found playing violin with the Yonkers Philharmonic Orchestra, working on my golf game or pursuing my passion for photography.

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