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5/4/2012

This document contains information about the research base underlying the structure of MindPlay's Reading Analysis & Prescription System (RAPS 360), descriptions of the program components, and highlights of the research studies conducted on the program components.

Type: White Paper
5/4/2012

Leading the movement to transform classrooms through engaging digital content and deep professional development, Discovery Education is announcing an expansion of its digital textbook series to now include middle school social studies and high school science subjects.

Type: Press Release
5/4/2012

Sponsored by several community organizations, "Read on myON" provides all Hillsborough County children from birth to eighth grade with access to myON reader from Capstone Digital. The personalized literacy environment is home to the largest integrated library of enhanced digital books, customized to a student’s interest and reading ability.

Type: Press Release
4/6/2012

As the recipient of the 2011 Broad Prize for Urban Education, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School (CMS) District has been recognized for its dedication to improving the academic achievement of all students, particularly those enrolled in Title I and low-performing schools. Since the 2008-2009 academic year, Discovery Education (DE) has partnered with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) to increase the capacity of teachers within Title I schools to deliver instruction that engages students in the learning process through the use of the digital curriculum

Type: Press Release
4/4/2012

Charleston County School District’s (CCSD) partnership with Capstone began in June 2009 with the purchase of 206 digital books from the Capstone Interactive Library (CIL) platform. Struggling, remedial, reluctant, gifted, and ELL students became more confident and successful readers and Capstone became a "favorite" across the district.

Type: Case Study
2/29/2012

When Mechanicsburg Exempted Village Schools opened its state-of-the-art campus in 2007, A+ Anywhere Learning System by K12 was a major part of the landscape. Within four years, the elementary building’s “School Improvement Status”—assigned by the Ohio Department of Education because of poor student performance—was replaced with “Excellent,” and the district received its first-ever “Excellent with Distinction,” the state’s highest rating.

Type: Press Release

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