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Learning Ally named a “Reader’s Choice Top Product” by District Administration readers

Categories: Education & Teaching

Nominations from 2,100 top K-12 leaders led to the selection of solutions that enhance learning across the country...

PRINCETON, NJ – December 9, 2015 — Learning Ally has been recognized for making a positive difference in education by K12 leaders who named it to District Administration magazine’s “Readers’ Choice Top Products for 2015.” District AdministrationThe winners were compiled from 2,100-plus nominations from the magazine’s readers over the past year. The Readers’ Choice Top Products has been announced online and in the December 2015 issue of District Administration. District Administration’s Readers’ Choice Top Products awards program informs superintendents and other senior school district leaders about products their colleagues around the country are using to help their districts excel in a variety of areas, such as technology, sustainability and curriculum instruction. “It was inspiring to learn about the products being used in today’s schools and classrooms that are helping districts and students succeed,” says JD Solomon, District Administration’s editorial director. “All of our 2015 honorees should be very proud of this achievement.”   About District Administration District Administration provides K12 leaders with critical news and information for school district management, through its monthly magazine, website, e-newsletters and the District Administration Leadership Institute Superintendent Summits. For more information, visit www.DistrictAdministration.com. About Learning Ally Founded in 1948, Learning Ally is a national nonprofit serving students with learning and visual disabilities. The organization provides technology and training for teachers and schools; vital resources for parents and families; and its collection of 80,000 human-narrated audio textbooks and literature titles can be downloaded by students using their smartphones and tablets, and is the largest of its kind in the world. For more information, visit www.LearningAlly.org.