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Imagine Learning helps students in Georgia

Imagine Learning has just been approved by the Georgia State Board of Education to be included on the 2013 list of K–12 ELA learning resources.
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Video: Educators' impact on student success

At Windom elementary—a dual immersion school—principal Lucilla Yira wears a lot of hats. She's a teacher, a friend, and a leader. She's also a mother, a mentor, an innovator, and a role model. But at the end of each busy day, she does what she does because she's passionate about one thing: student success.
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Video: Texas students reach their potential with Imagine Learning

It's no secret that the earlier kids start learning important concepts, the better off they'll be in later grades, and the more likely they'll be testing at grade level. But with today's bigger class sizes and the varying educational needs of students, teachers need every extra tool they can get to help each child reach their potential.
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Video: The value of differentiated learning--Christian's story

Christian is a student at Noralto elementary school in northern California. He dreams of becoming a scientist. He also has autism. And with that, he has to navigate through a few obstacles that can disrupt his learning technique. But with Imagine Learning, he's learning how to learn, and in the process—raising the bar and scoring better on tests. 
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Video: Christian's story

Christian is just like many other boys his age. He has friends, he likes to play video games, and he wants to become a scientist. But he’s also different: Christian has autism. He has unique needs and challenges when it comes to learning. In this short video, Christian and his teacher Heather Gold, talk about how Imagine Learning is helping students with special needs at Johnson Elementary School in Sacramento, California. Through tutorials, explicit instruction, continual assessment, and lots of repetition, Imagine Learning helps students like Christian maximize their potential, stay on track, and keep up with their peers. [jwplayer config="16x9" image="/sites/institutional/files/blog/2012/03/Sacramento_SwD.jpg" file="http://ilwebmedia.imaginelearning.com/Blog/Sacramento_SwD.mp4"]  
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