Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) October 1, 2005
Workplace Options, a leader in the field of work/life programs, announced that they have donated their highly-regarded content management system and hosting facilities to support The National Education AssociationÂs (NEA) efforts in providing an up-to-date national collection of materials to create public awareness and understanding of issue related to student educational achievement and achievement gaps.
"WPO strongly believes in public education," said Dean Debnam, CEO of Workplace Options. "Through our technology and ongoing hosting and technical support, we are helping, in our own way, to ensure that every child has a great public school."
NEA, the nation's leading organization for the advancement of public education, will take advantage of the WPO donation and devote a portion of its Website, http://www.nea.org, to house a growing body of work that includes advocacy information, strategies, best practices, teacher hints, and information for policy makers.
"NEA is taking seriously the need for its members and the public to have access to the best information on how students learn and the most effective strategies to help them, We are excited WPO can help," concluded Debnam.
About Workplace Options
Serving more than 13,500,000 employees and their families, Workplace Options is the largest provider of work/life programs to corporate America, through partnerships with employee assistance (EAP) companies. The company delivers a customized work/life product to EAPs who in turn offer employers an integrated work/life EAP employee benefit. Founded more than 20 years ago, Workplace Options delivers its services exclusively through EAPs and other third-party organizations. The company is recognized for its innovative web delivery capabilities, flexibility and affordable pricing models.
Founded in 1857, NEA serves educators and friends of public education by building community and awareness around public education in the United States. With more than 13,000 local chapters, NEAÂs 2.7 million members include K-12 teachers, university professors, student teachers, retired education professionals, and education-support personnel professionals, such as school administrators, teacher aides and bus drivers.
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