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Tech & Learning Announces New Remote Learning Award

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As schools pivoted from in-person to remote and blended learning this past year, technology solutions were key to delivering quality, continuous learning. To celebrate the work of technology providers who stepped up to support this effort, Tech & Learning has launched “The Best Tools for Remote & Blended Learning” a new offering in its legacy Awards of Excellence program. 

Whether your product is helping students, parents, or teachers succeed in these new learning environments, it can be nominated for a “Best Tools for Remote & Blended Learning” award. Eligible products include hardware, software, curriculum, security/safety solutions, PD, student information systems, and more. Any product that has supported effective teaching and learning practices throughout the pandemic will be considered for this new award -- whether it is a new or legacy product.  

You can find out more about the new awards or nominate one at https://www.techlearningawards.com/aoeremote 

 Why Enter the Awards of Excellence: Remote Learning? 

Winning the Awards of Excellence “Best Tools for Remote & Blended Learning” is more than just a professional pat on the back. It's a great way to showcase your products and their contributions to education. Benefits include:  

  • Nominee and Winner logos will be distributed for use on social media and in promotion in Future brands. 
  • Winners will have the opportunity to use the logo in product marketing and collateral.
  • Winning products will be showcased in a special edition of Tech & Learning distributed to 58,000 district leaders and school administrators.
  • An Award of Excellence award represents the highest approval rating, based on evaluation by actual educators using distance or blended learning every day.

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Entries due by February 11, 2021

Winners will be announced in February 2021 and featured in a special issue of Tech & Learning.

If you If you have any questions about nominations please contact Kate Smith (kate.smith@futurenet.com)