PARAMUS, N.J. — APRIL 16, 2020 — Pearson K12 Learning, a global learning solutions provider, announced today that its myView Literacy© 2020 curriculum for grades K-5 achieved the highest rating of “all green” from EdReports.org, the independent nonprofit organization that reviews educational programs to help identify the highest-quality instructional materials for school districts and educators.
“We share the core belief teachers have that literacy is the foundation of education, and feel their urgency to ensure their students grow into independent readers, writers, and thinkers,” said Bethlam Forsa, CEO of Pearson K12 Learning. “This is why we provide an innovative literacy solution with research-based teaching methods focused on growth and engagement, so teachers can meet the needs of all learners. We thank EdReports for recognizing the high-quality instruction and usability myView Literacy provides educators.”
Based on its evidence-based analysis, EdReports concluded that myView Literacy earned a “meets expectations,” or “all green,” rating in all three of its evaluation categories. Known as “gateways,” the categories include: “Text Quality and Complexity, and Alignment to Standards with Tasks Grounded in Evidence;” “Building Knowledge with Texts, Vocabulary, and Tasks;” and “Instructional Supports and Usability.” “Meets expectations” is EdReports’ highest tier within its ratings scale for standards alignment and usability.
myView Literacy is a blended print and digital, interactive K-5 English language arts solution that provides a balanced approach to the teaching of reading, writing, speaking, listening, and thinking.
The research-based solution offers a modern and manageable approach that gives teachers the opportunity to inspire confidence, engage all students, and create the learning environment they have always imagined through:
“We are proud to offer a solution that focuses equally on developing students’ reading and writing skills to prepare them for success in the other curriculum content areas,” said Leigh Ann Garcia, vice president of literacy for Pearson K12 Learning. “By providing engaging, culturally-relevant content and instruction, we are meeting the needs of today’s classroom and developing global citizens.”