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“We will figure it out!” That is what I was told when I first began my career with Cambium Learning Group 18 years ago.
Highlights from Two of Cambium Learning Group’s ASU+GSV 2022 Panels
John Jorgenson, Chief Marketing Officer, Cambium Learning Group
K-12 education has been supported and driven by women for years - women make up over 75% of public school teachers and 54% of school principals.
Ashley Andersen Zantop, Chief Executive Officer, Cambium Learning Group
John Campbell, Former Chief Executive Officer, Cambium Learning Group
This is part two of our Q&A series with the 2022 Essential Educator Award winners. We sat down with our Chicago Public Schools winner Tasha Fisher to...
Welcome to part one of our Q&A series with the 2022 Essential Educator Award winners. We sat down with our McCallen, TX Independent School District...
Learn what Jenn Eaton, VP of Operations, has learned about leadership at Time4Learning.
Jenn Eaton, VP of Operations, Time4Learning
Learn what ‘Simplicity, Certainty and Now’ mean for the VP of Product Development & Design and the VP of Curriculum & Assessment at Lexia.
Rob Paushter, VP Product Development & Design, Lexia, and Alyson Deutsch, VP Curriculum & Assessment, Lexia
Learn what Laura Chervenak, VP of Professional Development, has learned about company culture at ExploreLearning.
Laura Chervenak, Vice President of Professional Development, ExploreLearning
Those inspired by our past are the ones shaping our future.
Learn about Eron Cummings's Experience at Learning A-Z.
Eron Cummings, VP of Engineering, Learning A-Z
The new year represents an opportunity to both reflect and look ahead. Read what Chief Executive Officer John Campbell and other Cambium leaders believe will happen in education and the education technology industry in 2022.
2021 was a year filled with contrasts. On the education front, we continued to face challenges, but we also had reasons to celebrate.
Whether you are looking to break into the edtech industry or an aspiring leader pivoting to your next adventure, give these 5 lessons a try and begin building a list of your own.
Cambium now serves more than 20 million students and 30% of U.S. teachers across 94% of U.S. districts and more than 170 countries.
At Cambium, all of our leaders value learning deeply, whether it’s from a personal growth standpoint or helping students excel at reading.
"Working in the edtech space has been the best decision I could have made."
Shannon Balliet, Vice President of Marketing, Time4Learning
For more of Lexia® Learning's thoughts on how literacy is evolving, check out our conversation from the ASU+GSV Summit.
Liz Brooke, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Chief Learning Officer, Lexia Learning
Learn more about our thoughts on the new normal in edtech.