There are a few different ways to get started as a student on Newsela. If you are signing up for Newsela in order to use it in a teacher's class, ask your teacher which option your class is using. To get started, select an option below (if you don’t know, select the “I don’t know” option).

^Newsela

Anyone can go to newsela.com and click Join to create a student account. 

^Google 

To create a Newsela account connected to a student Google account, go to newsela.com and click Join. When prompted to enter your name and other account information, select Sign up with Google.  

^Clever

Your account has already been created by your school's Clever administrator. You can sign in by going through your school's Clever portal and clicking on the Newsela app or by following these steps:

  1. Go to newsela.com.
  2. Click Sign In
  3. Select Sign in with Clever.

Note: If this does not work, ask your teacher for help. They can find more information here.     

^Canvas

Your account has already been created by your school's Canvas administrator. You can sign in by following these steps:

  1. Go to your school's Canvas portal. 
  2. Click on the Newsela icon. This will take you to Newsela and sign you in to your account. 

Note: If this does not work, ask your teacher for help. They can find more information here.     

^Microsoft

To create a Newsela account connected to a student Microsoft account, go to newsela.com and click Join. When prompted to enter your name and other account information, select Sign up with Microsoft

^ClassLink

Your account has already been created by your school's ClassLink administrator. You can sign in by following these steps:

  1. Go to your school's ClassLink portal. 
  2. Click on the Newsela icon. This will take you to Newsela and sign you in to your account. 

Note: If this does not work, ask your teacher for help. They can find more information here.   

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Anyone can go to newsela.com and click Join to create a student account. If you still need help, please ask your teacher.