Tech & Learning Magazine names comprehensive digital solution for developing essential digital literacy skills among best of the best a premier ed tech conference.
edWeb.net and Learning.com have started a new, free professional learning community to help educators prepare students for success in the digital world.
Powerful new assessment tool aligned to 2016 ISTE Standards for Students, provides real-time student data to help bridge skills gaps.
Learning.com and CodeMonkey Honored as Finalists in 2017 Software & Information Industry Association CODiE Awards
Coding Foundations Bundle recognized as Best Coding and Computational Thinking Solution category.
Updated digital solution will help students develop accuracy and speed in a fun and engaging environment.
Learning.com announced a new partnership with Codesters, a leading platform for K-12 computer science instruction, to develop EasyCode Pillars, a powerful online interactive curriculum that incorporates coding challenges and game design into the classroom to cultivate students’ coding skills.
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 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.
Learning.com’s TechLiteracy Skills Inventory puts students on track for success in school, college and their future career opportunities.
Learning.com partners with South Carolina Education Oversight Committee and Department of Education to form the Palmetto Digital Literacy Program.
Available for Back-to-School 2016, EasyCode provides teachers an integrated solution for introducing coding skills to elementary and middle school students.
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.
To support school districts across the country as they strive to ensure students build the digital literacy skills essential for college and career success, Learning.com announced today an update to its popular EasyTech solution with a powerful new unit designed to build the foundations of coding – computational thinking.
Small school districts that may not have the resources to assess students’ digital literacy skills now have a powerful tool for putting them on the path for success in the 21st century classroom as the result of a new collaboration between the Small School Districts’ Association (SSDA) and Learning.com.