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DreamBox Learning and Florida Virtual School Form Alliance

DreamBox Learning® today announced that it has formed a strategic alliance with Florida Virtual School® (FLVS®)
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DreamBox Learning® (www.dreambox.com) today announced that it has formed a strategic alliance with Florida Virtual School® (FLVS®) (www.flvs.com) to deliver its adaptive learning technology and mathematics curriculum to Florida elementary students. Through the agreement, FLVS is the first virtual institution to provide elementary teachers and students access to the DreamBox Learning Math program as part of an online or blended learning environment. The collaboration follows the State of Florida’s decision to amend legislation to allow students in grades Kindergarten-5 to have access to part-time online grade level coursework through FLVS.

“DreamBox Learning goes to the core of our mission, which is to provide high quality, technology-based, individualized education to every student so they may academically thrive and succeed,” said Julie Young, President and CEO of Florida Virtual School. “This alliance provides Florida teachers and students with access to DreamBox Learning Math to help build a strong foundational understanding of elementary mathematics within a robust online blended learning environment.”

FLVS serves students in all 67 Florida districts, 49 states, and 57 countries.

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