Mechanicsburg, Penn. – May 15, 2019 – Eduplanet21, the industry leader in integrated Professional Learning and Curriculum Design technology, has partnered with five Intermediate Units in Pennsylvania to create a series of Learning Paths aimed at addressing compliance based training for all Pennsylvania educators. This new subscription-based offering is scheduled for release on June 4th, 2019.
The first group of Learning Paths will include:
All content is being developed in partnership with Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8, Central Intermediate Unit 10, Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12, Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit 16, and Capital Area Intermediate Unit 15. Additional titles are scheduled to be released during the Summer of 2019 with new topics added each year.
The solution will be available to districts at a single price per user annual subscription basis. It will also include Learning Path Builder, Eduplanet21’s powerful software component that will give districts the ability to create a personalized learning experience by creating and managing their own cohorts, tracking the progress of participants, adding resources, and creating new Learning Paths beyond the bundle. This new turnkey solution allows districts to provide required just-in-time training to all at significant cost savings compared to individual Learning Path purchases.
“This solution was developed in direct response to customer request. Our schools and districts have clearly described to us their current time and resource challenges with meeting these required staff trainings,” said Jeff Colosimo, CEO of Eduplanet21. “Combining this partnership with our powerful software platform meets all those challenges with a convenient cost-effective solution.”
For more information on how your district can get started, contact email@example.com to learn more.
Eduplanet21 is an edtech company providing K12 educators tools to build integrated pathways for Professional Learning and Curriculum Design. Offering a cutting-edge software platform, Eduplanet21 provides the content needed to support Curriculum Design and Professional Learning needs by enabling educators to learn new concepts and apply them to instruction; along with training and implementation services to ensure every school’s specific goals are met.