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Pearson Digital Learning - Partnering with New York to turn around the lowest achieving schools


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November 19, 2010

Now more than ever, federal education legislation is squarely focused on the urgent need to improve academic achievement in persistently low achieving schools and preparing American students to be career- and college-ready. This is a transformational time as new tools, technologies and approaches to instruction are driving breakthroughs in teaching and learning.

Today's digital natives are primed for non-linear, dynamic and rich educational experiences. Many of them have spent their entire lives immersed in an era of video games and high-bandwidth online content. Instructional approaches and resources need to appeal to the sensibilities of today's learners. Pearson Digital Learning is committed to partnering with New York educators and administrators to improve college and career readiness for all students, meet requirements and assurance needs of low-performing schools and districts, and support the transformation and turnaround of the lowest achieving schools.


Click here to access Learning Matters: A New Ecosystem of Educational Resources, a white paper that defines Pearson's philosophy on the new instructional ecosystem that will present the states with many opportunities to better address the President’s education agenda for improving outcomes in American education.

Learning Matters: A New Ecosystem of Educational Resources


Learn about Pearson Digital Learning programs and services and their benefits for your state.

Programs and Services


Race to the Top: Getting to the finish line with Pearson Digital Learning.

Race to the Top


Title I, Part A: Getting college and career readiness right with Pearson Digital Learning.

Title I, Part A


School Improvement Grants (SIG): Turning around and transforming schools and classrooms with Pearson Digital Learning.

School Improvement Grants

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