Credit recovery program partners with rewards platform

 uBoost announced today a partnership with EDUCATION 2020™ and the launching of three uBoost pilot programs in Honolulu schools.
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uBoost announced today a partnership with EDUCATION 2020™ and the launching of three uBoost pilot programs in Honolulu schools.

uBoost is an online performance recognition and rewards platform that provides a system for educators to recognize positive behavior and incremental improvement. Working across all age groups, curricula and achievement levels, uBoost partners with publishers, school districts, online schools, tutoring companies and private education companies to design and implement recognition and rewards programs that improve student and parent engagement.

EDUCATION 2020 is among a growing number of online credit recovery and acquisition companies to fully integrate the uBoost program; giving clients access to optional features to automatically recognize and reward students for course progression. With the use of incentives, including special offers for merchandise such as iPods and Nintendo Wiis, EDUCATION 2020 is enabling its clients to motivate students to put forth their best effort to complete their coursework. Each rewards program is customized based on each school’s budget, desired features, and rewards preferences.

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