Learning A-Z Offers Free H1N1 ‘Swine Flu’ Educational Resources for Teachers, Students, and Parents
TUCSON, Ariz., Nov. 12 /PRNewswire/ — Learning A-Z, a business unit of Voyager Learning Company (OTC: VLCY), announced today that it has made several of its K-6 leveled readers and other educational resources on the H1N1 “Swine Flu” available for free to the public. In response to President Barack Obama’s declaration of a national emergency on October 23, the resource page is now available at http://www.learninga-z.com/special/swineflu and contains printable books, resource packets, posters, maps, student activities, and more, all focused on teaching kids and their parents about the virus and what they can do to minimize its impact.
“As a Web-based resource provider providing dynamic content, we knew we could help schools as they look for ways to combat this growing threat,” said Bob Holl, publisher and co-founder of Learning A-Z. “We hope every school in the country takes advantage of these resources by sending them home, posting them in their classrooms, and incorporating them into their lessons. This emergency is already having a huge impact on education, so the more information we can provide to teachers, students, and parents, the better.”
About Learning A-Z
Learning A-Z, Inc. is a K-6 educational resource company specializing in online delivery of leveled readers and supplementary curriculum. Founded in 2002 to help teachers differentiate instruction and meet the unique needs of all students, Learning A-Z’s resources are currently used in nearly half of the districts in the U.S. and Canada and in 150 countries worldwide. Serving a wide range of student need, including ELL/ESL, Response to Intervention, Special Education, and daily instruction, Learning A-Z offers six integrated websites for individual classrooms, schools, and districts, including ReadingA-Z.com, Raz-Kids.com, Reading-Tutors.com, ScienceA-Z.com, VocabularyA-Z.com, and WritingA-Z.com. Learning A-Z is a business unit of Voyager Learning Company.
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