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Oct. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Six Cambium Learning
® Group products have been named winners in the 18
th Annual Education Software Review Awards (
The ComputED Gazette:
From Learning A–Z:
Several EDDIE winners were recognized for their innovations in aligning instruction to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), including
The ComputED Gazette wrote, "Reading A–Z offers a plethora of solutions for educators seeking to align instruction with CCSS, with thousands of leveled books, advice for teachers, and topics from Foundational Skills to Assessment for Grades K
The EDDIES commend content-rich, innovative programs and websites that enhance the classroom curriculum, improve the productivity of educators, and provide teachers and parents alike with "the technology to foster educational excellence." Publishers worldwide submit titles for consideration.
"We are honored that
The ComputED Gazette chose six products from our Cambium Learning family of companies," says
John Campbell, chief executive officer of Cambium Learning Group. "Recognition from our industry peers validates our mission to unlock the learning potential of every child, allowing them to fulfill their academic and personal aspirations."
Gizmosis the world's largest library of online simulations helping students in grades 3-12 develop deep conceptual understanding in math and science.
Reflexis a revolutionary game-based system for developing instant, effortless recall of math facts.
From Learning A
Raz-Kids.com lets students listen to, read, and record themselves reading literary and informational eBooks—anytime, anywhere; corresponding eQuizzes test comprehension, and online running records help teachers assess each student.
Kurzweil 3000-firefly reading, writing, study skills, and test-taking software helps students who struggle—including those with learning differences and English language learners—achieve success alongside their peers.