Scottsdale, Ariz. — Jan. 14, 2013 — Beginning this year, middle and high school students across Chile will be able to take advantage of high-quality math and science content to extend classroom learning beyond the school day and deepen their understanding of core concepts and skills. The Ministry of Education has chosen to add Adaptive Curriculum’s Vitamina, a Spanish instructional solution developed specifically for Latin America, to YoEstudio, a free, content-based portal for Chilean students in grades 1-12.

Arizona-based Adaptive Curriculum and Aulanova, a division of Videocorp., a leader in the audiovisual market in Latin America, have partnered with the Chilean...

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