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WriteSteps and The American Institute for Enrichment Sign Global Partnership Agreement
Partnership Expands WriteSteps Reach Across Classrooms on a Global Scale
The partnership will expand WriteSteps' reach across classrooms on a global scale and support its mission to empower K-5 teachers with writing and grammar lessons that provide children with the essential skills they need for a lifetime of confident writing.
“When WriteSteps launched nationally in September of 2011 I never dreamed that two years later it would expand to an international level,” said Suzanne Klein, WriteSteps Founder and CEO. “My main goal for creating WriteSteps was to make a difference in as many classrooms as I could in order to help students become successful writers. I am honored to connect with schools across 16 countries and to see teachers around the world using WriteSteps in their classrooms.”
Under the terms of the new agreement, the partnership between WriteSteps and AIE will allow WriteSteps to expand outside of the United States and reach schools in Australia, Singapore, China, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Indian Subcontinent, UAE, Kuwait, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, and Israel.
"We are excited in our new product partnership with WriteSteps,”
About the American Institute for Enrichment
The American Institute for Enrichment helps schools and parents enrich students with concept based education. We bring concepts to life and bring a new level of fascination in students as they expand into new areas of learning regardless of their board curriculum. The American Institute of Enrichment is home to a world-class group of members who combine academic and professional experiences as attorneys, engineers, medical professionals and entrepreneurs that are committed to students and the quality of education they receive. The AIE believes a concept based education is the key to creating the successful leaders of tomorrow. For additional information on the AIE visit http://www.theaie.org.
In 2007, WriteSteps Founder and CEO Suzanne Klein committed herself to creating teacher-friendly writing lessons after her school decided to prioritize writing due to low student outcomes. The writing program she developed - WriteSteps - was so successful in raising test scores and student confidence that the company expanded its scope to refocus instruction on the Common Core State Standards for writing and grammar. Its Common Core release won a "Best of Entrepreneurs"
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