Learning.com, a leading provider of innovative digital literacy solutions for K-12 education, announced today that CIOReview named it one of the “20 Most Promising K-12 Technology Solution Providers 2016.”
More than 250,000 students from 1,700 schools across the nation built coding skills in a series of challenges via ed tech company’s digital literacy curricula.
Learning.com invites elementary and middle school students to Go Bananas for coding during Computer Science Education Week.
We were recognized with the Silver Award for Best Other Education Tool. While this category name may not seem particularly alluring, the other winners in the category are Khan Academy and Discovery Education—good company to be in!
Curriculum Foundry – Powerful tool for sharing learning resources, chosen as Best New Product by prestigious educational technology awards program.
Since we announced our first annual Code-a-Thon earlier this month we’ve had nearly 65,000 students register for this event! This is the first time Learning.com has done an online contest and we’re so excited to see the interest it has generated.
Learning.com announces its first Code-a-Thon, a nationwide competition that will run from Nov. 14-18, 2016 to provide an introduction to coding skills for elementary and middle school students.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. In fact, 2016 is the ten-year anniversary of this national campaign which is supported by schools, corporations and celebrities around the country.
Last week, Learning.com was honored to be recognized as a 2016 Top Workplace by the Oregonian. In fact, we were ranked in the top 25 of small businesses (100 employees or less) in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Learning.com’s TechLiteracy Skills Inventory puts students on track for success in school, college and their future career opportunities.
Read more about how online learning continues to grow and provides important benefits that are driving its adoption in K-12 education today.
Learning.com partners with South Carolina Education Oversight Committee and Department of Education to form the Palmetto Digital Literacy Program.
Pioneering solution helps school districts make the transition to digital curriculum.
This subject has been taught for decades, mainly in high schools and as an elective. What IS new, and exciting, is the recent emphasis on teaching Computer Science and Computational Thinking to ALL students, at ALL grade levels.
Available for Back-to-School 2016, EasyCode provides teachers an integrated solution for introducing coding skills to elementary and middle school students.
Ed Tech companies join forces to deliver flexible instruction to enhance digital curriculum for school districts.
The Florida Regional Consortium Program (FRCP) today announced that for the third consecutive year schools will receive digital literacy and digital content solutions at no cost.
Today was a great day. I had the opportunity to visit Noble Elementary-Middle School, part of Detroit Public Schools (DPS).