WriteToLearn: An Online Reading & Writing Automated Assessment


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WriteToLearn™ is a fully automated online literacy tool for building writing skills and developing reading comprehension for students in grades 4-12. This innovative program provides engaging, cross-curriculum writing activities that students use to draft responses that are automatically scored. Students receive immediate, detailed feedback on their writing and have the ability to revise and resubmit drafts as they work to improve their writing skills. WriteToLearn also provides students with reading passages to summarize and then evaluates their written responses for reading comprehension.

With this emphasis on understanding and expressing informal content and daily writing practice across subject areas, WriteToLearn aligns with the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts without increasing the time needed for grading. Click here to learn more.

WriteToLearn is a part of Pearson's suite of digital learning solutions for: 21st Century Learning, Data & Accountability, College Readiness, English Learners, and Response to Intervention.

Reading, writing, and vocabulary exercises come together in one online writing evaluation program to engage students in the writing cycle.


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WriteToLearn is proven effective.  

Through WriteToLearn’s proven and effective writing evaluation technology, students develop confidence and skills to improve their writing and reading comprehension and schools realize performance gains.

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Program Facts

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  • 21st Century Learners (P21)
  • Whiteboard Compatible (WBC)
  • Digital Courseware
  • English Language Learners (ELL)
  • Common Core State Standards
  • Funding