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WIN Learning Named Finalist in 2019 EdTech Digest Awards
WIN Career Readiness Solution Honored
Kingston, Tenn. – April 3, 2019 – WIN Learning, a leader in career-driven education models, announced today that its Career Readiness System has been honored as a ‘trendsetter’ finalist in the 2019 EdTech Digest Awards program. The distinguished awards program recognizes outstanding solutions and the best and brightest minds in the education and technology sector.
“Our company is honored to be recognized by EdTech Digest as it acknowledges our position as a leader in offering a career-driven education model that shows students the relevance and the connection between what’s happening in the classroom to their futures,” said Dr. Teresa Chasteen, CEO of WIN Learning. “We are giving students the tools, confidence and skills to excel in school and in life with our Ready to Work and Essential Soft Skills Credentials and Courseware.”
This year’s EdTech Digest award program featured a variety of ‘Cool Tool’ categories, recognizing the best new, emerging and established technology solutions for education, and ‘Trendsetter’ categories that recognize notable people or solutions shaping the ed tech space. WIN Learning is a 2019 finalist in the ‘product or service setting a trend’ category.
WIN Learning’s Career Readiness System helps school districts, community colleges, adult education programs, corrections, workforce development, and business and industry organizations ensure all learners and job seekers have the skills to be successful in their path to career readiness. Using WIN’s personalized career readiness system, learners prepare for the realities of the workplace with instruction, assessments, and credentials in academic career readiness and essential soft skills. With these standards-aligned, web-based programs, education and workforce entities can support career-ready communities to ensure all learners and job seekers are fully engaged in relevant, career-driven education and training.
Chasteen added, “When students engage in learning within the context of careers, they understand the importance of their classes, stay in school through graduation, and emerge prepared for what lies beyond high school.”
About WIN Learning
Since 1996, WIN’s integrated approach to career readiness has given more than 10 million learners worldwide the tools, confidence, and skills necessary to excel. Our e-learning solutions include academic and employability skills courseware, assessments, and credentials as an important foundation for creating a more effective and efficient system to prepare learners and job seekers for career and life success. For more information, go to www.winlearning.com or call 888-717-9461.