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February 21st, 2013
Press Release: Preston Education launches new online magazine for teachers
Creator/Developer of The Organized Classroom Blog, Website Targets New Digital Publication for busy K-8 Classroom Teachers
SANDUSKY, Ohio, Feb. 20, 2013 — A popular website and blog followed by teachers nationally and internationally has launched an online magazine, Preston Education Publishing announced today. Charity Preston, author of Organized Classroom blog and website, said the new magazine is designed for busy elementary and middle school teachers.
The debut issue of The Organized Classroom Magazine is free and can be found at http://www.theorganizedclassroomblog.com/index.php/magazine. After the initial issue, the magazine will sell for $2.95 per issue or $24 for a yearly subscription. Every issue will be an interactive digital magazine, and will be available to download and print. Within the document, there are embedded links and videos, which readers can find as they hover over different places on the page.
Preston, a former classroom teacher and intervention specialist, designed the magazine after hearing from working teachers that there is a void of information on the subject.
“There is no other source like this out there for teachers,” said Preston. “There are no magazines focused specifically on classroom organization, and my editors and contributors know what teachers need. All teachers need ideas to help them increase efficiency and improve classroom organization.”
Well known to teachers as far away as Australia and the United Kingdom for various education related projects (www.PENGroupOnline.com), Preston’s blog (www.theorganizedclassroomblog.com) receives an average of 175,000 views a month. More than 1,000 teachers subscribe to Preston’s blog, while over 20,000 fans follow her on Facebook, and her Pinterest boards are followed by over 125,000 people. Additionally, her classroom freebies blog (www.classroomfreebies.com) garners approximately one million views per month, and her personal teaching newsletter (http://theorganizedclassroomblog.com) reaches 12,000 individuals twice a month.
For more information on Organized Classroom, visit its web site at www.OrganizedClassroom.com, or email at email@example.com.
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