Our mission is to collaborate with educators to help ALL students succeed
Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 25, 2009
CompassLearning, a leading provider of personalized K-12 education software and professional development solutions, announced today that it is offering schools unlimited-user access of its Odyssey curriculum.
"Our mission is to collaborate with educators to help ALL students succeed," said Eric Loeffel, President of CompassLearning. "President Obama's Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 is a reform-minded bill that aims to reshape the education landscape by giving school districts the tools they need to succeed. Our new unlimited-user model allows schools that partner with us to offer our solutions to all students, all the time from anywhere."
CompassLearning Odyssey offers schools and districts a complete, online K-12 curriculum and assessment solution. Each course is filled with personalized, engaging, and age-appropriate curriculum based on the most current and confirmed research about how students think and learn. Unlimited-user licensing means that every student at a school will have access to the Odyssey curriculum both at school and at home. Schools are not forced to share licenses or limit use of the program to specialized populations. The company also offers coaching, mentoring, and modeling services and a variety of customer support options to ensure teacher success.
Loeffel continued, "With tighter budgets and higher accountability there has never been a better time to add this kind of value for our customers. We believe this is right for schools because it allows us to help every student achieve success."
The unlimited-user access model is being unveiled as CompassLearning rolls out a new campaign it calls "Project Yes!" This new initiative is designed to make the company's products and services easier to buy, implement, use, and support. The driving force behind the initiative is customer feedback - questions, suggestions and ideas about how to help students and educators achieve their goal of increased student achievement.
For additional information about CompassLearning solutions, unlimited-user access, and Project Yes!, please visit http://www.compasslearning.com.
CompassLearning, one of the nation's leading providers of K-12 education software, has been helping students excel for more than 35 years. It is part of The Reader's Digest Association, Inc. To help students achieve success, CompassLearning products support differentiated instruction, formative assessment, and response to intervention. The company's flagship product, Odyssey, is based on current and confirmed educational research and is developed in a learning studio of highly qualified curriculum experts working alongside talented animators, script writers, and engineers. From the struggling learner to the student needing a challenge, Odyssey is designed to engage, educate, and inspire all students. For more information about CompassLearning, visit http://www.compasslearning.com