Superintendants and Boards of Education


“Teachers will appreciate the support A2i offers them in using the core more effectively.”

– District Director of Curriculum


Learning Ovations offer districts the five (5) key solutions they most want to see from technology:

From our focus groups with district leaders in 21 districts from seven states, the five types of digital solutions that districts envision requiring in the next five to ten years and that a commercialized A2i will offer are:


(1) teacher solution (from professional development to common-core aligned content recommendations targeting student outcome attainment);



(2) enterprise solution (provides the district with the data and evaluation resources to align all district efforts to student outcomes);



(3) community-collaboration solution (provides clarity of required support such that families and community agencies can align to enhance district outcomes);



(4) integration solution (supports present district choices – teachers, assessment, curriculum, data management system – while presenting a means of incorporating new choices in the support of outcome achievement), and



(5) performance payback / cost-savings solution (prevents retention, reduces remediation and referral to Special Education while optimizing existing resources).


How Learning Ovations, Inc provides an impressive return on investment and 

pays for itself!


Learning Ovations, Inc provides all aspects of a learning management system (LMS):

  • Centralize and automate administration
  • Use self-service and self-guided services
  • Assemble and deliver learning content rapidly
  • Consolidate training initiatives on a scalable web-based platform
  • Support portability and standards
  • Personalize content and enable knowledge reuse
  • Continuous Improvement

We are distinguished from all other LMS offerings in the elementary school marketplace in that its use has been rigorously shown, in randomized-control trials with over 2000 students, to deliver significantly superior student reading comprehension gains. As reported in 23 peer-reviewed journals, children in A2i classrooms showed significantly greater gains compared to children in control classrooms. Moreover, effects accumulated from 1st through 3rd grade (Connor et al., in press) and 94% of children in A2i classrooms 1st through 3rd grade were reading at or above grade level compared to the national average of 66% of 4th graders reading at basic or above levels (NAEP, 2013).