I was reading today's messages on the NSTA Chemistry listserv, and I discovered what seems to be a wonderful resource for any classroom. I've only had a chance to take a quick look af the site, but I wanted to share it with you right away.
Newsela offers news articles that are written for multiple levels of reading ability. Choose the Lexile that is best for your student(s). Grade levels are also indicated. The articles are categorized under the headings of science, arts, health, kids, law, money, and war & peace. Some articles offer Common-Core aligned quizzes, and the site states there are teacher tools to help assign the readings and to track Common Core mastery. They are developing other major features, such as annotation, constructed response, and data reporting.
You can read a few articles as a guest, but I got a popup asking me to register. My choices were teacher, student, or parent. I chose teacher. The site is currently in beta, so it is free. It has an extensive FAQ page.