Edu-Skills Services Inc. - Cdn. Distributor- Academy of READING/MATH, MCI, Path Driver READING/MATH
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Eric MacInnis, M.Ed.
Edu-Skills Services Inc.

(403) 844 8490

Edu-Skills Services Inc. Directors announce that Edu-Skills is now the major Canadian Distributor for Academy of READING, Academy of MATH, MCI, and Path Driver for READING and Path Driver for MATH from EPS/School Specialty Literacy and Intervention Products.

Online PR News – 06-October-2012 – Rocky Mountain House, Alberta – Edu-Skills Services Inc. Directors announced today that Edu-Skills has become the major Canadian distributor for intervention software from EPS/School Specialty Literacy and Intervention.

“In addition to our 13+ years as Canadian distributor for Academy of READING and Academy of MATH software, Edu-Skills has partnered with EPS/SSLI in distribution of the new MCI (Making Connections Intervention), Path Driver for READING, and Path Driver for MATH products.

All of our educational technology products are web-based and our clients include educators within Special Education, Inclusive Learning, Differentiated Instruction, RtI, At Risk, Adult Education, Virtual Learning, and ESL/EAL/ELL settings.
The award-winning Academy of READING® is an intervention software solution that helps students rapidly build foundation skills in five core areas defined by the National Reading Panel. Using a unique, research-based methodology proven in thousands of schools, the software delivers individualized training for each struggling student. The Academy of READING can be implemented across districts to help a broad range of students, including at-risk, ELL, special education, and learning disabled students.
Using the Academy of READING, educators and administrators can effectively provide data-driven instruction and management through features such as integrated tools, graphical reports, and web-based access from anywhere on the network.
The Academy of MATH® is an intervention software solution that helps students rapidly build foundation skills in 10 areas that align to NCTM standards. Using a unique, research-based methodology proven in thousands of schools, the software delivers individualized training for each struggling student. The Academy of MATH can be implemented across districts to help a broad range of students, including at-risk, struggling readers, special education, and learning disabled students.
Using the Academy of MATH, educators and administrators can effectively provide data-driven instruction and management through features such as integrated tools, graphical reports, and web-based access from anywhere on the network.

Our consultants, Eric MacInnis, B.Comm, B.Ed, M.Ed, and Joan Northen MacInnis, B.A, B.Ed, have a combined 70+ years of experience in education work with Canadian educators to optimize implementations of our web-based resources.

Our goal is to assist Canadian educators in making informed decisions as to whether or not our intervention solutions are a fit with their instructional and RtI requirements. Beyond this, we have the expertise and experience required to support educators to ensure that each implementation is successful. We look forward to discussing all of our products with educators.”

Meet Eric and Joan at the Oct. 11-13, 2012 Alberta Special Education Conference at Kananaskis, Alberta and the Nov. 22-24, 2012 FNESC (First Nations Educational Steering Committee) Conference at the Westin Bayshore, Vancouver, BC

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