Centric’s HERO Learning System selected by CIO magazine as a Top 20 K-12 Solution Provider Internationally

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Centric Learning: Changing the Face of Learning

December 21, 2015Ann Arbor, MI – Centric Learning, a leading educational software company based out of Ann Arbor has announced today its selection by CIO magazine, and a panel of prominent VCs, CIOs, CEOs, CMOs, and education analysts as one of the Top 20 K-12 Solution Providers in the Industry.

“We are thrilled to be chosen as one of top 20 education providers in the industry. The entire centric team and management has worked tirelessly over the last few years to develop simply the most advanced Digital Learning Environment on the market – that is coupled with an accredited curriculum: A completely new WAY of approaching teaching and learning.” said Centric Learning COO, Rob Fulk.

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Beth Baker, Centric Board Advisor and Co-founder stated, “We are honored to be selected by CIO magazine for our company’s years of dedication to improving education and learning. We appreciate the tremendous time and attention given by the CIO staff and selection committee to the process.”

About the HERO Learning Eco-System
HERO is a revolutionary project-based Digital Learning Environment (DLE): coupled with a complete living curriculum that is unique in developing in learners real-world, 21st century problem solving skills. The HERO solution offers a collaborative, personalized approach to education that is truly learner-centered, creating self-motivated learners with a thirst for knowledge. It is project-based, cross-discipline, U.S. and international standards-aligned, accredited, and includes a Global Social Learning Content Repository of .5 million learning objects. Educators are integral to the system, and are provided an authoring environment that allows them to collaborate and customize existing, or create new, project-based learning content.

Darrell Wanamaker, Product Architect and Director, stated “It is awesome for the team to be recognized for what is the the culmination of years of hard work.”

The system provides unparalleled data analytics on student and learning object performance, tied to specific learning standards, enabling continuous improvement of the learning content. Learners and educators have an exact and detailed understanding of progress towards graduation, and how each projects contributes – helping learners to take ownership of their own education. Administration tools are scalable, and can manage a whole district of schools, or a single classroom deployment, or even organize the creation of a new school from scratch. The HERO solution supports traditional, blended, and virtual classrooms – empowering both students and teachers to excel and become HEROs.


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