HOUSTON – April 11, 2017 – The STEMscopes™ PreK-12 science curriculum fromAccelerate Learning™ has won the REVERE Award for the Classroom: Whole Curriculum-Science, Health and Environment category. Built from the ground up to help students meet today’s state standards and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), STEMscopes provides teacher and student digital resources, supplemental print materials, and hands-on exploration kits that build student engagement and excitement for learning science.
For more than 50 years, the REVERE Awards (Recognizing Valuable Educational Resources) have identified the best content for educating learners on any platform — print, digital, or blended. Sponsored by the Association of American Publishers(AAP), the REVERE Awards’ evaluation process is rigorous with both educator and industry professional judges evaluating each entry.
“The AAP and the REVERE Awards have a rich history of advocating for high quality resources that educate learners of all ages. To be recognized by such an esteemed organization is quite an honor,” said Vernon Johnson, president and CEO of Accelerate Learning. “More importantly, to be recognized four years in a row demonstrates that we aren’t resting on our laurels. We continually solicit the input of classroom teachers and use their recommendations to enhance STEMscopes. As the REVERE Award confirms, this ensures an up-to-date curriculum that increases engagement, rigor, and student achievement.”
About Accelerate Learning
Founded at Rice University, Accelerate Learning has grown from a single product, STEMscopes, to a brand that now offers a variety of curriculum and professional development solutions that support early learning, Next Generation Science Standards, and state-aligned curriculum. STEMscopes can be used as a core science curriculum or as a supplementary or enrichment resource in traditional, blended, and 1:1 classroom environments.
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Vice President Marketing, Accelerate Learning