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California State Schools Approve Game-Based Learning Provider

Online learning developer Wowzers announced today that its namesake program has been approved for use by the California Learning Resource Network (CLRN).
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Online learning developer Wowzers announced today that its namesake program has been approved for use by the California Learning Resource Network (CLRN). With CLRN approval, Wowzers joins a group of learning tools approved for use in all California public schools, for purchase with state-allocated funds.

As an approved program, California’s more than 10,000 public schools can now incorporate Wowzers’ adaptive, game-based math and science Common Core instruction as a supplemental resource in their classrooms.

The CLRN review of supplemental electronic learning resources consists of evaluating resources for alignment to the State Board approved CLRN review criteria and includes the following three major components: Legal Compliance, Standards Alignment, and Minimum Requirements. Resources that meet the CLRN review criteria are included in the CLRN database and website.

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