From struggling readers to overachievers

When students struggle to read, they struggle to succeed. Watch this short video to find out how Imagine Learning is changing that for students at Eisenhower School.

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Refactoring the world in 2012 and beyond

Today’s post comes from guest contributor Nathan Preator, our marketing intern. Nathan recently experienced firsthand the exciting debut of Imagine Learning’s first recruiting billboard.

At the heart of Imagine Learning is the core belief that a solid foundation in language and literacy will provide every child with a platform for success. To make success a reality for kids around the world, Imagine Learning is constantly searching for the best and brightest employees to build and sustain the company. So in 2012, we’re taking a new approach to finding the right people to help us achieve our mission: we’re recruiting talented programmers who can help us build better, smarter products even faster. Check out this short video to see what we’re doing:

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10 tips to keep kids learning over the winter break

You don’t have to be an ivy-league-educated, Ph.D.-holding professor to help kids stay sharp over the holiday break. By using any of the following 10 tips (a “few of our favorite things”), parents can ensure that their kids can learn a thing or two—even while away from school! Read more »

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Journey through data

Educators are surrounded by data. What they do with the data is crucial. How do they make sense of it? What can they learn from it? How can it inform instruction and accelerate learning?

In this short video, Superintendent Francisco Escobedo shows how he uses data and Imagine Learning English to achieve phenomenal results in Chula Vista, the largest elementary school district in California. Dr. Escobedo knows data is critical, and he has discovered that by making Imagine Learning English a priority, the schools in his district are achieving amazing gains and preparing their students for bright futures.

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Vision Conference

You might have noticed lately that things have slowed down a bit on our blog, but it’s not without reason. We’ve just all been busy preparing for our seventh annual Vision Conference, a company-wide, week-long event where we discuss company goals, train and seek professional development, and increase motivation. Oh, and not to mention service projects, team building, and a lot of fun, too. Since Imagine Learning has employees scattered across the country, Vision Conference is our opportunity to gather everyone together and focus on how we can be better in our shared goal of teaching English to the children of the world.

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