PCI Education Partners with WeAreTeachers to Provide Community Members with Special Education Expertise

SAN ANTONIO and AUSTIN, TEXAS (Sept. 30, 2009) – WeAreTeachers, the online social and business network that brings together teachers, learners and content in the education industry, announces a partnership with PCI Education, the number one provider of resources for students with special needs.

This new partnership gives special education teachers a way to connect with one another, to share best practices and to interact with one another, as well as with PCI Education, to create a classroom culture that is up-to-date with the latest and best in teaching techniques and products.

“This partnership with WeAreTeachers allows us to interact with special education teachers in an exciting way,” said Lee Wilson, CEO and President of PCI Education.  “We look forward to lending our expertise to the WeAreTeachers community.”

“Special education teachers have a vital and unique place in the education system,” said Sandy Fivecoat, CEO and Founder of WeAreTeachers.  “This partnership allows us to continue to provide them with the best support, ideas and products in the education field.”

To view the PCI Education home page on WeAreTeachers, visit www.weareteachers.com/web/pcieducation.

About WeAreTeachers
WeAreTeachers (www.weareteachers.com) is a social and business community for educators, businesses, and education marketers designed to enable community members to share, connect, and collaborate using Web 2.0 tools and services.  It is the first community to include The Knowledge Marketplace that gives both educators and businesses the ability to share, sell, and receive recommendations on knowledge-based content and products.  WeAreTeachers is committed to giving back to the educator community by distributing tangible rewards through educator grants and incentives from transactions and sponsors in The Knowledge Marketplace.

About PCI Education
PCI Education offers more than 7,500 instructional materials for a wide range of students with special needs, including significant or developmental disabilities such as autism.  In addition, the company’s products are used in English language learner and adult literacy classes, and to help students performing below grade level.  Based in San Antonio, PCI Education has been helping educators lead students to success in school, at home and in the community since 1991.  For more information, visit www.pcieducation.com or phone 800-594-4263.

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For more information:
–Nicole Horne, PCI Education, 800-594-4263, ext. 126, nhorne@pcieducation.com
–Emily Embury, C. Blohm & Associates, Inc., 608-839-9800, emily@cblohm.com
–Donnine Souhrada, WeAreTeachers, 940-230-1206, dsouhrada@weareteachers.com

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