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Voyager Sopris Learning® is pleased to announce the release of the complimentary app The Learning Zoo, which is now available to users of the We Can Early Learning Curriculum, Second Edition, in the iTunes® App Store from Apple®.
Voyager Sopris Learning®, provider of a comprehensive suite of evidence-based interventions, assessments, and professional services, today announced the release of a cloud-based eLibrary application for accessing professional development and instructional eBooks. These fully searchable electronic books, with titles from Voyager Sopris Learning’s best-selling authors, provide online and offline access to rich content and resources.
Voyager Sopris Learning®, provider of a comprehensive suite of evidence-based instruction, assessments, and professional services, is pleased to announce the release of the Fourth Edition of Step Up to Writing®, grades 6–8, which is now available for classroom implementation. This new edition has been completely revised to respond to the steep increase in writing expectations outlined in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).
Voyager Sopris Learning®, provider of a comprehensive suite of evidence-based interventions, assessments, and professional services, is pleased to share that the positive school climate program Best Behavior by Dr. Jeffrey Sprague and Dr. Annemieke Golly contributed to dramatic decreases in reports of student defiance, expulsions, and suspensions in California's Napa Valley Unified School District (NVUSD) during the 2011–2013 school years, as reported in the Napa Valley Register.