August 19, 2013

YARDLEY, PA  August 19, 2013  — Vantage Learning, the world leader in K-12 educational technologies, is offering a back to school boost for teachers with two new educational tools that will enable them to better utilize their expertise, have a more accurate view of their classroom and individual students’ capabilities, and save them an average of eight hours per week.

Vantage’s CorrectEnglish® Teacher Edition reviews students’ essays for organization, grammar, usage, style and mechanics. The program saves teachers time in grading essays and enables them to focus on a student’s comprehension of topic and content.

The company’s Student Progress Monitoring System® (SPMS) Classroom enables teachers to plan and teach more effectively. SPMS Classroom is powered by an adaptive learning engine that seamlessly integrates assessment with intervention to personalize learning experiences according to the needs of each individual student. With SPMS, teachers can more easily measure and monitor students’ progress towards mastery of Common Core standards in both reading and math.

“CorrectEnglish and SPMS can save teachers a tremendous amount of time, as these technologies accelerate and enhance student learning,” says Elena Cupingood, Product Manager for Vantage Learning’s award-winning writing platform, “These tools are affordable for every classroom and give teachers an edge with their students.”

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About Vantage Learning

The world leader in K-12 education technologies, Vantage Learning creates Adaptive Learning Environments® to support student achievement and school improvement. Formed to meet the needs of the ever-evolving education industry, Vantage provides educators with sophisticated knowledge and immediate feedback solutions to enhance and support a continuous learning process. Its exceptional technology, including artificial intelligence, natural language understanding and web-based learning objects, provides adaptive resources for individualized instruction and professional development.

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