I’ve previously posted Updated: Here Are The Sites I’m Using For My Summer School “Virtual Classroom.”

I’m adding a new site to that list – TIME/Edge, the pay-to-use site for secondary students from TIME Magazine.

I want to be clear – I don’t think it’s worth spending the $9 per student it costs (or the $5 each it costs for its elementary program, TIME For Kids).

However, it does offer an easy-to-use sixty days free trial, and its simple to sign-up, create virtual classrooms, and assign articles (many which are suitable for my History classes). Plus, it provides two options of each article — one using more simple text.

In addition, I’m adding it to:

The Best Sites That Students Can Use Independently And Let Teachers Check On Progress

The Best Places To Get The “Same” Text Written For Different “Levels”