5 New Resources Added to 27+ High-Interest Nonfiction Websites for High School Students

New Nonfiction Reading Resources for High School Students

If you have students interested in economics or finance, I’ve published new recommendations for you. I updated the popular list of 27+ High-Interest Nonfiction Websites for High School Students by adding five fresh, trusted, and globally recognized resources to help your students dive deeper into the dynamic world of nonfiction!

This revamp brings our total tally to an even more comprehensive collection of incredible resources to empower your high school students with rich, educational, and up-to-date content that sparks curiosity and nurtures lifelong learning habits.

Here is a sneak peek into the five heavyweights I added:

  • CNN Business: Make the world of business come alive for your students with CNN Business. This powerhouse offers a rich tapestry of business news, analysis, and perspectives, bringing to your students a deeper understanding of the economic landscape on a global scale.
  • The Economist: A stalwart in the world of journalism, The Economist offers deeply researched, balanced, and insightful articles on a wide array of topics. From international news to science and technology, it is a treasure trove of nonfiction content that can stimulate critical thinking and engage students in meaningful discussions.
  • MarketWatch: Transform your students into financially literate individuals with MarketWatch. Its financial news, real-time market data, and insights can serve as practical tools for your students to learn the nuances of the financial market, nurturing informed citizens of tomorrow.
  • The Motley Fool: Encourage your students to venture into the world of investments with The Motley Fool. Renowned for its friendly, approachable style, this resource breaks down complex financial concepts into easy-to-understand articles, helping students to grasp the fundamentals of investing and personal finance.
  • The Street: A hub of financial news, expert analysis, and market data, The Street brings the financial world closer to your students. Engage them in the vibrant ecosystem of finance and economics through this resource, enabling them to navigate the financial world with confidence and knowledge.

By integrating these fresh resources into a structured independent reading program, you’re not just guiding your students to additional information; you’re opening doors to new perspectives, critical thinking opportunities, and a depth of understanding that goes beyond the traditional curriculum.

We invite you to explore these additions and the entire collection of the 27+ High-Interest Nonfiction Websites for High School Students — a carefully curated list that promises to keep your students engaged and always eager to learn more.

About the author 

Michelle Boyd Waters, M.Ed.

I am a secondary English Language Arts teacher, a University of Oklahoma student working on my doctorate in Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum with an concentration in English Education and co-Editor of the Oklahoma English Journal. I am constantly seeking ways to amplify students' voices and choices.

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