Shmoop Awarded “Top 100” Honors by District Administration Magazine

We have been named one of the Top 100 educational products for K12 administrators by District Administration magazine. Woot!

District Administration is a highly regarded monthly publication that investigates the prime concerns faced by school administrators and acts as a platform for ideas and reform that reaches top decision-makers across the country. As the most widely-read information source in the industry, the magazine is on the cutting edge of advancements in education administration.

Hundreds of nominations – a record number, in fact – were submitted by subscribers of the publication, whose reader base is mainly comprised of school superintendents and district-level leaders of K12 education. Editors of District Administration selected the 100 most innovative and effective products from that pool of nominees, and Shmoop is proud to be counted among their number.

District Administration’s editor in chief, Judy Faust Hartnett, said: “The nominations offer a view into the inner workings of how districts use products to help solve particular issues. The recommendations we receive include extensive descriptions from school administrators of how these products are used in their districts and the difference they have made, making it very challenging to choose only 100 products. We hope these products and their accompanying testimonials will provide a valuable resource for our readers.”

Shmoop is also passionate – not only about acting as a valuable educational resource for high school students – but about improving the world of education as a whole for teachers and administrators alike. It is their goal to make it easier for students to learn and for teachers to teach. And, if all that goes according to plan, the administrators’ lives should get much easier.

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