Voyager Sopris Learning’s LANGUAGE! Live Earns Prestigious REVERE Award

Posted on Jun 21, 2016

  • ELA
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DALLAS, June 21, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Voyager Sopris Learning’s LANGUAGE! Live program has been selected a winner of the 2016 Association of American Publishers (AAP) REVERE Awards. LANGUAGE! Live®, a comprehensive English language arts curriculum for struggling adolescent readers and writers, earned the honor in the “Classroom Supplemental Resources for Learners with Additional Educational Needs” category.

LANGUAGE! Live is designed to give students the edge they need to be successful, and we’re honored it has been singled out by the AAP,” said Jeffrey A. Elliott, President, Voyager Sopris Learning. “To be recognized for helping struggling readers achieve success validates our mission and inspires us to work even harder toward a day when all students can be proficient readers and writers.”

Celebrating its 50th program year, the REVERE (Recognizing Valuable Educational Resources) Awards identify outstanding educational products that engage today’s teachers and students. The AAP PreK–12 Learning Group is unique to the educational industry in recognizing learning resources in all media, for all ages, and in a wide variety of educational subject areas and learning environments.

Created after nearly two decades of research and developed by internationally renowned literacy experts, LANGUAGE! Live offers a blended learning model that leverages a combination of technology and teacher-guided instruction to empower struggling learners in grades 5–12. The comprehension, fluency, and spelling gains educators and students experience after implementing LANGUAGE! Live recently inspired Elk Grove Unified School District—northern California’s largest K–12 district—to adopt Voyager Sopris Learning’s curriculum solution.

For more information on Voyager Sopris Learning, visit For more information on LANGUAGE! Live, visit

About the Association of American Publishers

The Association of American Publishers (AAP) represents about four hundred member organizations including major commercial, digital learning, and education and professional publishers alongside independents, non-profits, university presses, and scholarly societies. The Association represents the industry's priorities on policy, legislative and regulatory issues regionally, nationally, and worldwide. These include the protection of intellectual property rights and worldwide copyright enforcement, digital and new technology issues, funding for education and libraries, tax and trade, censorship, and literacy. Find the AAP online at or on Twitter at @AmericanPublish. Read more about the REVERE Awards program at or on Twitter at @REVEREawards.

About Voyager Sopris Learning

Voyager Sopris Learning® is an education partner committed to unlocking the full potential of every teacher and every student. We believe that the best way to meet and exceed standards in education is to address the underlying systems of teaching and learning, and to nurture those systems at their most fundamental levels. Our suite of instructional and service solutions is based not only in research but also in real classroom evidence, ensuring that every solution is as easy-to-implement and teacher-friendly as it is effective. We offer a variety of digital and blended instructional tools and assessments, as well as professional development and school improvement services, all of which are designed to help every teacher deliver nothing short of the highest-quality instruction to every student. Voyager Sopris Learning is a business unit of Cambium Learning® Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:ABCD), based in Dallas, Texas.

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Media Contacts:
Ileana Rowe
VP of Marketing
Voyager Sopris Learning
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Doug Thompson
Thompson Drake Public Relations
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541.419.4471 | cell

Investor Contact:
Cambium Learning Group, Inc.
Barbara Benson, CFO

Cambium Learning Group, Inc.

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