Weld North Acquires Online Course Provider e2020

July 2011
Educational Marketer;7/18/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 15, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that the privately held Education2020 (e2020), which is a provider of online courses for middle and high school was acquired by Weld North Holdings in July 2011. According to chief executive officer Sari Factor, her guiding philosophy that technology is a way to personalized education and drive student outcomes is operated with the e2020. It adds that a range of Web-based courses in science, math, language arts, classic novels, and social studies are offered in the e2020.


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