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Digital marketplace for education debuts

Learning.com announces the launch of its online marketplace to help teachers find, buy and use the best digital teaching resources available.
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 Learning.com announces the launch of its online marketplace to help teachers find, buy and use the best digital teaching resources available. The Learning.com Marketplace (http://www.learning.com/marketplace) gives teachers a single online point to find, organize, assign, and track students’ progress with effective digital content that is safe and aligned to their state standards. Teachers can also organize and use the digital resources they already have access to, as well as resources from a growing list of educational publishers, all in the marketplace.

The marketplace provides teachers with free accounts to:

- find resources by keyword and by state or national standard in a quick and easy interface
- engage with a community for educators to learn and share best practices
- access hundreds of thousands of free and fee-based digital resources provided by a growing number of digital publishers

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