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Voyager Sopris Learning®, provider of evidence-based preK–12 instructional solutions and professional services, is pleased to announce it will continue its collaboration with The Kids In Need Foundation (KINF) for a third year to raise money for students in need of school supplies. From August 17—October 17, 2015, Voyager Sopris Learning will donate 3 percent of online sales that use the promo code KINF to the Foundation.
Voyager Sopris Learning®, provider of evidence-based preK–12 instructional solutions and professional services, is pleased to announce the release of TransMath® Third Edition for grades 5-10. Available for immediate implementation, authors John Woodward and Mary Stroh, revised TransMath to reflect more rigorous math standards and a more direct progression to algebra readiness.
Voyager Sopris Learning®, provider of a comprehensive suite of evidence-based preK-12 core solutions, interventions, assessments, and professional services, is pleased to announce that Jeffrey A. Elliott, Chief Executive Officer of The Virtual High School, has been chosen to succeed George Logue as President, effective July 6, 2015.
Voyager Sopris Learning®, provider of a comprehensive suite of evidence-based preK–12 interventions, assessments, and professional services, announced today that a portion of its 2014 donation to the Kids In Need Foundation (KINF) was used to provide backpacks filled with school supplies to students affected by the March tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.