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Ascend Math Creates Content for More Than 60 Common Core Objectives

Ascend Education announced today that Ascend Math now includes 60 new learning objectives written to the Common Core standards. The new content was created to further address learning styles initiated within the common core and will enhance the conceptual learning styles currently found in Ascend Math. Read More »

Early Childhood Education Administrators Speak Out

We invite you to be one of the first to view what leaders in early childhood education are saying about VINCI early learning time in their schools! We promised to keep you updated on what is happening with the Class VINCI blended leaning program and what better way to keep you informed than to have the most important people tell you about what Class VINCI means to them: the children! Read More »

ilearnOhio and edWeb.net Partner To Empower Ohio Teachers

Ohio educators will have access to free online professional development, education focused social networking resources and a community of over 55,000 educators across the country thanks to a partnership between ilearnOhio and edWeb.net announced today. Read More »

Atlanta Public Schools Turns to ASCD for Capacity Building Solutions

Atlanta Public Schools has chosen to partner with ASCD to develop a professional development system to implement the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) through a blended model of capacity building. ASCD is partnering with Atlanta Public Schools to create a customized, blended capacity-building model of professional learning... Read More »

Edgenuity Unveils New Courses Aligned to Instructional Shifts of CCSS

Edgenuity announced the release of twelve new courses. These include math and English language arts courses designed to meet the instructional shifts of the Common Core State Standards and science, social studies, and career courses to expand content area and career course options. Read More »

New Bundle Package from Follett and Absolute Software Provides Complete Asset Management Solution

The new asset management solution allows K-12 districts to efficiently track, manage and secure all their valuable computers and mobile devices, and effectively support critical 1-to-1 student computer initiatives.By providing Follett's Destiny® Asset Manager™ and Absolute Software's Absolute Manage® for the first time in an exclusive bundle package, the two companies are offering a powerful combination - Destiny® Asset Manager™ IT powered by Absolute.... Read More »

Tyler Technologies Announces eTimekeeper

Tyler Technologies, Inc. announced the general availability of its Tyler eTimekeeper solution, an application used via a Web browser, and within mobile devices, that allows public sector employees to access time and attendance tracking remotely. Read More »

Lexia Learning Releases Lexia Reading Core5

Lexia Reading Core5™, the first pre-K-5 technology-based reading program designed specifically to help students of all abilities meet the CCSS, is now available via web browser, as an app for the iPad® and as a desktop download. The program and its supporting printed materials provide structured, sequential, scaffolded instruction that empowers students in grades pre-K-5 to accelerate their mastery of skills and achieve higher levels of proficiency. Read More »

New CCSS Resource in Time for 2013-14 School Year

Gallopade announces the release of the company's newest "solution series" for teachers, Common Core Lessons & Activities. The books in the series, which will have 48 titles by the end of the year, are designed to bridge the gap between teachers' existing curriculum and the rigorous new Common Core State Standards. Read More »

OK DOE Renews Think Through Math Contract

Think Through Math (TTM) announced today that is has renewed and expanded its contract with The Oklahoma State Department of Education. Under the terms of this agreement, TTM will offer its adaptive, personalized, web-based math solution to 48,000 students in grades 4-8 in the 2013-2014 school year, an increase of 23% since the previous school year. Read More »