For Immediate Release
MTT contact: Maureen Crotty, Marketing Manager


Shaker Heights, OH (June 5, 2013) – The Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE) has officially endorsed VizZle®, a visual learning software produced for special education by Monarch Teaching Technologies, Inc. (MTT).

After a rigorous and comprehensive review of VizZle, CASE granted it’s endorsement of the award-winning educational software which includes the world’s largest online library of interactive lessons created specifically for students with special needs. A division of the Council for Exceptional Children, CASE and its members are dedicated to identifying, shaping and disseminating effective policies and practices in the field of special education.

“Vizzle was developed by teachers, for teachers,” said Luann Purcell, Ed.D., CASE executive director. “Its ease of use, shared custom lesson library and tracking of IEP goals makes it a valuable tool for educators.”

VizZle is the fastest growing online community for authoring and sharing interactive visually supported lessons for pre-K-12th grade students. “Our evidence-based research shows that students with autism are more engaged and retain more of what they learn when lessons are presented via interactive visual media,” said Terry Murphy, CEO of MTT. “We are honored by the endorsement of CASE, the thought leader in special education.”

About Monarch Teaching Technologies (MTT) and VizZle®
Based in Shaker Heights, OH, MTT provides software and services for more effective, cost-efficient support of children with special learning needs. VizZle® is MTT’s award-winning software that provides visual and interactive technology-based instruction for diverse learning needs. Designed in collaboration with educators at The Monarch Center for Autism and researchers from Children’s Hospital Boston/Harvard Medical School, VizZle offers access to differentiated curriculum with individualized content and powerful reporting tools. For more information or to sign up for a 30 day free trial, visit or call 1-800-593-1934.

About the Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE)
CASE is a non-profit professional organization which provides leadership and support to approximately 5,000 members by influencing policies and practices to improve the quality of education. CASE is a division of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), which is the largest professional organization representing teachers, administrators, parents, and others concerned with the education of children with disabilities. For additional information, go to the CASE website


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