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How to: Search for content on Newsela

The Newsela Team
Jan 5, 2021

As educators, we're always trying to find the perfect piece of content to complement our lessons. With Newsela’s search functionality you can easily search for specific topics you need to teach in the classroom to find related texts, curated text sets, and content that aligns to your state’s standards. You can also utilize the filter to narrow down your search by grade band, text level, reading skills, and more. Rather than having to scour the internet for that “just right” text, Newsela’s search is a one-stop shop to help you find exactly what you are looking for. 

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