New keyword search tutorial system gives self-directed learners access to more than 4,600 Common Core State Standard aligned lessons for grades 6-12

Scottsdale, AZ (June 27, 2011) – Self-directed learners can now be more proactive in the search for additional information thanks to e2020, Inc.’s new eLibrary feature program, a keyword search tutorial system that gives students access to more than 4,600 Common Core state standard aligned lessons (language arts, math, science, social studies, and electives) for grades 6-12.

Offered as a stand-alone feature, or as an optional add-on to the e2020, Inc., Virtual Classroom and Virtual Tutor products, eLibrary helps self-directed students pursue additional, individualized, self-paced learning activities to enhance and strengthen previously presented information. Students log in and use the keyword search tool to find all lessons available at all levels associated with the keyword entered. Lesson descriptions are provided, with grade level, lesson objectives, and lesson elements available. Students select which part of the lesson they wish to view/complete.

“With eLibrary, students can be proactive in their learning by searching for additional information,” said Gene Storz, CEO of e2020, Inc. “Since no two students learn at the same pace, this new service will be extremely helpful to students of all levels, increasing their ability to find the subject matter they’re seeking faster and more accurately.”

A leading provider of rigorous eLearning solutions, e2020, Inc., provides districts with self-paced digital instruction for grades 6-12. Aligned to Common Core, state, and national standards, e2020, Inc., is the only online eLearning solution to offer a web-based learning model featuring on-demand video lectures for every course, providing customizable settings to allow districts to individualize instruction for every student.

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

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• Anne Smith, C. Blohm & Associates, 608-216-7300,

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