News Highlights:
• Pitsco Education’s Signature Math cloud-based version is now available to “test drive.”
• The new browser-based delivery system means instant access from any Web browser.
• Instructors who register for the free review will receive access to the Angles IPL (Individualized Prescriptive Lesson™) and an accompanying Angles mailer.

News Release: August 7, 2013 – Pitsco Education’s Signature Math solutions are navigating the cloud – and you can take them for a test drive.

Signature Math, a blended-learning model that includes solutions for both Algebra prep and Algebra I, has moved to the cloud, making it accessible any time, from any computer with a Web browser. The move gives teachers and students access to lessons outside of school, making both learning and class preparation easier.

Instructors can get a glimpse of Signature Math solutions by taking advantage of this one-time only offer from Pitsco. Those registering for a test drive will receive access to the Angles IPL and an accompanying Angles CGA (Culminating Group Activity) sampler. To register, visit

Quote: “We developed Signature Math to continue our tradition of offering students relevant curriculum that answers the question: ‘Why do I need to know this stuff?’ Many algebra students have posed that question over the years, and we have answered it with our Signature Math solutions. With the recent move to the Cloud, we’ve ensured all schools can successfully deliver our solutions to their students.” – Matt Frankenbery, Pitsco Director of Education

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Learn More:
• For more information about Pitsco Signature Math solutions, contact a Pitsco Education consultant or visit

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