July 28, 2011 08:50 ET, Leader in Texas Digital Education, Adopted for Delivering Online Science Materials

Texas Approves to Provide Statewide Digital Supplemental Science Materials for Middle and High School

PORTLAND, OR--(Marketwire - Jul 28, 2011) - Texas teachers now have an effective, proven resource to implement the Texas Education Agency's (TEA) adoption of all-digital science materials for middle school and high school. With, Texas teachers can now combine the best in interactive science content with its leading online delivery platform to engage today's digitally native students.

More than 86,000 teachers and 2.3 million students in Texas use's digital learning environment, its TEA-adopted digital curricula, EasyTech, and its TEKS-aligned Aha!Math and Aha!Science. Now districts can easily add rich 100 percent standards-aligned science curricula digitally delivered by in a way that works for teachers and students.

TEA approved to provide its full-course offerings for middle school, and biology, chemistry, physics and integrated physics and chemistry (IPC) for high school. Offerings include curricula from, Adaptive Curriculum, and Edusmart, all delivered through's digital learning environment.

This is the first time the state's adoption is solely supplemental, and the first time the adoption has been entirely digital. meets these mandates, providing Texas districts with a proven, experienced resource for digitally delivering supplemental materials. Districts that select for their digital science course materials also receive complimentary

  • classroom management tools
  • connection to the national community of more than 130,000 educators
  • access to more than 10,000 teacher-created lessons
  • exceptional support that includes implementation, training and professional development

" has delivered online supplemental education in Texas for more than seven years. We have developed a deep understanding of what Texas educators need in their classrooms and how to support them as they make the transition to digital instruction," says William J. Kelly, CEO. "Digital instruction will bring science to life and make a real difference for Texas students."

For a full list of offerings and features that support Texas districts to implement this state mandate, please visit

Founded in 1999, helps improve the instructional relationship between K-12 teachers and their students through our curriculum solutions and assessments, delivered in our digital learning environment. We save teachers time -- so they can focus on their students. We support districts to leverage their resources and expertise to improve student learning outcomes. Learn more about our award-winning curriculum solutions in STEM, math, science and technology that fuel students' desire to learn, and our full suite of assessments for 21st century skills and tech literacy. For more information, visit, at, and

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