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DC Public Schools Incorporate Ed Tech Training

Atomic Learning, Inc. announces it has collaborated with DC Public Schools in Washington, DC to offer tech integration, assistive technology, and common core training resources to the entire district.
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Atomic Learning, Inc. announces it has collaborated with DC Public Schools in Washington, DC to offer tech integration, assistive technology, and common core training resources to the entire district.

“Many of our customers have been preparing for the new assessments on the Common Core State Standards coming from the PARCC consortiums," said Jon Blissenbach, VP of Product and Business Development at Atomic Learning. “We have developed professional development and classroom projects to ensure our partner districts' teachers and students have the needed tools to reach success.”

In conjunction with Digital Learning Day, recognized on February 5, 2014, DC Public Schools is encouraging its district learners to explore the Atomic Learning training library.

Featuring a guided, step-by-step path for tech integration through online teacher workshops, classroom-ready projects, assessments, and training and support, Atomic Learning offers online training on over 250 software applications and over 50 assistive technology programs relevant to district and individual technology needs.

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