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BuildYourOwnCurriculum wins the eSchool News 2012 Readers Choice Award

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Education Technology Partners would like to congratulate our product partner, School Software Group, for winning the eSchool News 2012 Reader’s Choice Award for BuildYourOwnCurriculum (BYOC). BYOC is a web-based, customizable curriculum management system that has helped districts across the country develop, improve and manage their curriculum while addressing the requirements of state and national Common

Education Technology Partners Makes Inc. 5000 List of America’s Fastest Growing Companies – 2nd Year in a Row

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After making its premiere in 2010, Education Technology Partners announced today that it is being recognized again by Inc. magazine on the 2011 list of 5000 America’s fastest-growing private companies. This year’s national ranking is No. 3792. As one of America’s leading providers of educational technology solutions to K-12 schools, Education Technology Partners provides effective

Marengo (Ill.) Community High School District
Wins Education Technology Partners Award

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Second from left, Randy Jennings, Education Technology Partners founder, presents Beacon School Award to, from left, Julie Amendt, MCHS director of special education; Dr. Dan Bertrand, MCHS superintendent; and Scott Shepard, MCHS principal. Marengo Community High School District #154 in northern Illinois has been named the Beacon School Award winner for the 2010-11 school year

Academy of READING Earns Endorsement
From Council of Administrators of Special Education

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The Council for Exceptional Children Conference, School Specialty Literacy and Intervention announced that its Academy of READING is now endorsed by the Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE). This prestigious recognition signifies that the literacy intervention program meets or exceeds all of CASE’s criteria for a reading intervention software tool for struggling readers that