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Imagine Learning Congratulates 2016-2017 Imagine Nation Winners

Imagine Nation awards recognize top 163 schools across the country for innovation, dedication, and stellar usage of Imagine Learning programs   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Provo, UT – September 19, 2017 – Imagine Learning, developer of award-winning digital language, literacy, and math curricula, today announced the winners of its 2016–2017 Imagine Nation awards, in which a total of 163 schools were honored for their exemplary use of Imagine Learning programs. Following Imagine Learning’s acquisition of two new math companies in 2016, the Imagine Nation program was updated. Now, schools that use all four Imagine Learning products may be considered for two new awards: The Imagine Nation School of Excellence and Imagine Nation Beacon School award (replacing all previous Imagine Nation award categories).
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Bring on the Smiles at "Shoes for School"

Kids tour helicopter at Franklin Elementary (Provo, UT) It's a common scenario each year: teachers use money from their own wallets to purchase school supplies for their classroom. Of course, even when school budgets cover the purchase of school supplies, too many families still can't afford to buy new school clothing, shoes, backpacks, and school supplies for their children. Enter the annual "Shoes for School" campaign. What Is "Shoes for School"? Each year in America, too many underprivileged kids will return to school without even the most basic of school supplies.
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Imagine Learning partners in Chile

Imagine Learning's mission is to change the lives of the children of the world by teaching language and literacy. This mission includes students in Chile, particularly at José de San Martín de San Felipe school. This school is dedicated to providing powerful learning tools to their students, and they share how they started using the program for that purpose in August of 2015. Teachers use Imagine Learning so that students can receive individualized learning opportunities to listen, speak, read, and write in English. They refer to Imagine Learning as a "very entertaining way" to learn English. Read the full post here.
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Integrating technology in Kent, Washington

Dedicated leaders in Kent, Washington are working together to ensure students receive an education that prepares them to be successful in a global workforce. When students come to school in Kent, they don’t have to “power down.” Instead, they have access to technology throughout the school day. As part of their digital instruction program, several Kent schools use Imagine Learning to differentiate instruction for students, supporting English language learners, struggling readers, and early childhood learners. Kent School District Superintendent Dr. Edward Lee Vargas says with the support of government, civic, and religious leaders they have been able to move beyond a digital school system to a digital community. In addition to implementing digital learning in schools, Dr. Vargas and his dedicated team put computerized kiosks with broadband capacity out into the community, hoping to provide resources for students, parents, and community members alike. The kiosks are being installed in places where they can be easily accessed, like grocery stores and high-density housing. “It’s been a series of partnerships that have created the capacity to be able to have these programs come alive,” said Vargas. Education is a top priority for Washington legislators who support the tremendous educational efforts in Kent. House Majority Leader Pat Sullivan and Senator Joe Fain are dedicated to giving students the technological tools they need to be successful. “It’s really the key to helping them success in the 21st century,” said Sen. Fain. Watch the video below to see how leaders from Washington's political, technological, and educational sectors are working together to create a technology-based approach to learning in their schools—and their community. Kent School District—where technology is being maximized for school children & the community from Imagine Learning on Vimeo.
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