myON in the News
myON provides a personalized literacy environment through high-quality digital texts
(Minneapolis, MN) December 19, 2016 — myON, a business unit of Capstone and leading provider of personalized literacy solutions in the K-12 marketplace, is proud to announce its partnership with the Detroit Public Schools Community District. The district chose myON for its ability to deliver the 65 schools access to more than 5,300 high-quality, engaging fiction and nonfiction digital...
Nominations from top K12 leaders led to the selection of products that enhance learning across the country
(MINNEAPOLIS, MN) December 1, 2016 — myON, leading provider of personalized literacy solutions, has been recognized for making a positive difference in education by K12 leaders who named it to District Administration magazine’s “Readers’ Choice Top 100 Products for 2016.”
The winners were compiled...
Access to thousands of digital books in myON’s literacy environment has helped improve reading achievement among Indiana’s migrant student population
(MINNEAPOLIS, MN) October 11, 2016 – myON, a business unit of Capstone and leading provider of personalized literacy solutions in the K-12 marketplace, and the Indiana Department of Education today announced their continued effort to give every student access to a high-quality education.
The Indiana Department of Education and myON first partnered in 2014 to offer all migrant students access to a literacy-based...
THE Journal | January 11, 2017
A high school algebra teacher in Lawrence, KS, has her students watch Khan Academy videos for homework, and when they come to class the next day, she gives them a choice of what to do: They can work together on a problem set that puts the lesson into practice, teaching — and learning from — each other. They can work independently on the same problem set. Or, they can listen to the teacher go over the lesson herself in a more intimate, small-group setting.
In Sonoma County, CA, high school students in Catlin Tucker’s N.E.W. (...
Getting Smart | January 5, 2017
By Todd Brekhus
Test scores show whether or not a student can answer a question correctly, not how deeply they understand a concept. This concept is especially true when measuring mastery in an area such as reading. Kids grow more by doing, being supported when they need it and having a choice of how they go about their practice than they do by preparing for and taking test after test. To truly understand and support their students’ literacy, these two superintendents have adopted an innovative method they call “measuring...
Coastal Courier | December 4, 2016
By Tiffany King - staff writer and Managing Editor of Liberty Magazine
The numbers speak for themselves.
Liberty County School System students have read 115,629 books during 32,362 hours of reading since the beginning of the school year.
That equates to approximately 1,348.416 days of non-stop reading.
It is all happening through MyOn, the personalized literacy program that provides a large digital library. The program is web-based, allowing students to access approximately 10,000 books and textbooks...