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21st Century Skills Assessment adds digital literacy materials

Learning.com has added functionality to the 21st Century Skills Assessment taken nationally by more than half a million students.
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Learning.com has added functionality to the 21st Century Skills Assessment (http://www.learning.com/21st-century-skills-assessment) taken nationally by more than half a million students. The Web-based assessment now prescribes lessons and activities from the EasyTech (http://www.learning.com/easytech) digital literacy curriculum. The new functionality helps teachers identify knowledge gaps and save time addressing them.

EasyTech is a self-paced, interactive K-8 technology literacy curriculum that teaches students critical technology skills and higher order thinking in the context of core curriculum and real world challenges.

For more information, including on special back-to-school pricing, visit http://bit.ly/ET21csatogether.

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