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Read It!

Read It! provides access to adapted articles and reference materials for middle and high school students and adult learners with developing English language proficiency. Building on a basic foundation of English grammar and reading, it helps students improve study skills and comprehension in science, math, history, culture, civics, literature, and more.

 

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