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Odysseyware releases more than 250 new courses ahead of ISTE 2016

Curriculum provider launches 1,600 new direct-instruction videos, state-specific courses, enhanced assessment item types, and new lessons and projects

Odysseyware, a provider of dynamic, individualized online courses for K-12 education, today announced its summer release of more than 250 new national and state-specific courses.

Just in time for ISTE 2016 and bolstered by Odysseyware’s new Search by Standards feature, these courses were created in response to educators’ demand for more personalized, flexible, and standards-aligned content. The new national courses include the following:

· Odysseyware Grades 6–12 ELA and Math Fundamental courses;

· Spanish III; and

· Spelling 300, 400, 500, and 600.

Additionally, Odysseyware is launching more than 200 new state-specific courses designed specifically to meet standards in California, Florida, Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Texas, Utah, and Washington.

In conjunction with the new courses, Odysseyware is supporting teachers by launching 1,600 new direct-instruction videos; enhanced assessment item types; and new lessons and projects in Math 400–800, Science 600–800, and History 600–800.

“We take educators’ feedback and requests to heart at Odysseyware,” said Beth TeGrotenhuis, Odysseyware’s president and the CEO of its parent company, Glynlyon. “These new courses and supporting materials are part of our commitment to continuous improvement and providing educators the most effective and flexible instructional tools and resources to meet the needs of their students.”

Odysseyware’s award-winning platform is recognized as one of the leading providers of personalized and individualized learning resources available in education today.


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