“I’m delighted that ACTION 100’s Educator Learning Framework has received this special recognition,” said Jane Hileman, Founder and CEO of American Reading Company.
King of Prussia, PA (PRWEB) May 11, 2011
The Association of Educational Publishers' annual awards program and its seal of excellence are widely recognized by educators, administrators and parents as a mark of outstanding educational value.
“I’m delighted that ACTION 100’s Educator Learning Framework has received this special recognition,” said Jane Hileman, Founder and CEO of American Reading Company. “The framework is built on the architecture of the Common Core Standards and effectively jump-starts low-performing schools in their move toward accelerated and continuous reading improvement.”
ACTION 100 is a finalist in the Golden Lamp Awards category for Professional Development. The Golden Lamp Awards are the educational resource industry's top honor, recognizing the best overall tools for teaching and learning in four entry categories: Curriculum, Periodicals, Professional Development and Technology Innovations. Golden Lamp finalists and winners are defined by their superior use of content, design and fulfillment of the product's educational mission. Four finalists are chosen in each entry category, representing 16 of the year's most elite resources for teaching and learning. To view all of this year's Golden Lamp Finalists, go to http://www.AEPweb.org/awards/lampfinalists.htm.
Golden Lamp winners will be announced at the AEP Awards Banquet and Gala, June 8 at the Omni Shoreham in Washington, DC.
About the AEP Awards
For more than four decades, the AEP Awards have honored outstanding resources for teaching and learning in all media and for any educational setting. One of the largest and longest-running programs of its kind, the AEP Awards and seal of excellence are widely recognized by educators, administrators and parents as a mark of outstanding educational value. Learn more at http://www.AEPweb.org/awards.
About American Reading Company
American Reading Company transforms school cultures to create sustainable reading achievement through training, management, and monitoring. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. Today, more than a million students in 2,100 schools across 420 districts in 41 states participate in the company’s programs, which include ACTION 100, 100 Book Challenge, Research Labs, and Summer School Express. For more information, please visit http://www.americanreading.com.