e2020, Inc., Honored with Bronze Best Practices For Distance Learning Programming Award

Scottsdale, AZ (May 4, 2011) – The United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) has recognized e2020, Inc., with a 2011 International Distance Learning Award. The USDLA Awards acknowledge major accomplishments in distance learning, highlighting those distance learning instructors, programs and professionals who have achieved and demonstrated extraordinary results through the use of online, videoconferencing, satellite and blended learning delivery technologies.

The prestigious international awards are presented to organizations and individuals engaged in the development and delivery of distance learning programs and include awards for 21st Century Best Practice, Best Practice for Distance Learning Programming, Excellence in Distance Learning Teaching, Outstanding Leadership by an Individual, Hall of Fame and Eagle Awards.

“Being honored by USDLA for our eLearning solutions solidifies our dedication to providing innovative and robust virtual learning solutions to schools and districts,” said Michael Humphrey, president of e2020, Inc. “We are proud to be a Bronze Best Practice for Distance Learning Programming Award winner and will strive to achieve Platinum status next year.”

“As a premier organization for the distance learning profession, we honor e2020, Inc., as an industry leader,” said Dr. John G. Flores, executive director of USDLA. “e2020, Inc., has raised the bar of excellence and we are truly honored by its contributions to the distance learning industry.”

About e2020, Inc.
e2020, Inc., (education2020) is a leading provider of core and elective instruction in a virtual school setting for students in grades 6-12, creating innovative, rigorous, standards-aligned courseware and online virtual instruction programs to help students recover and accrue credits for graduation and prepare for state, end-of-course, and standardized exams. e2020, Inc.’s web-based model, teacher-led video delivery, and innovative instructional approach offer engaging and individualized virtual online instruction solutions to public and private schools for use in traditional classrooms, blended school, and online programs. e2020, Inc., has implementations in 39 states with over 800 schools districts and 2500 + schools served. Founded in 1998, last year e2020, Inc., provided courses for more than 335,000 students. For more information, visit www.education2020.com.

The USDLA is a non-profit association reaching 20,000 people globally with sponsors and members operating in 46% of the $913 billion U.S. education and training market. www.usdla.org

Media Contacts
• Lynette McVay, e2020,Inc., 877.2020.EDU x1022, lmcvay@education2020.com

• Nate Towne, C. Blohm & Associates, 608-839-9800, nate@cblohm.com

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