- Edmentum revealed Tuesday that its Plato Courseware, Study Island, EducationCity, and Edmentum Assessments online learning solutions each won an Education Software Review (EDDIE) Award from The ComputEd Gazette.
- The awards deemed the products the best in the "High School English Website" (Plato), "Multi-Level Study Skills Website" (Study Island), "Multi-Level Multi-Subject Website" (EducationCity), and "Multi-Level Reading Remediation Website" (Assessments) categories.
- This is the 19th year The ComputEd Gazette has issued the awards, and all of its directors, who are educators themselves, lead the review process.
Recognition from a source with as much history in the space as The ComputEd Gazette is a big deal for Edmentum, which has received a significant number of other awards since 2005. Among them: AEP Distinguished Achievement Awards, CODiEs, Technology & Learning Awards of Excellence, and BESSIEs.
In a release, Vice President of Product Management Andy Frost reiterated the company's commitment to providing the "best-in-class" solutions for teachers and students.