MindPlay Honors Educator-Users with Creation of MindPlay Advocacy Group

Educators in all district roles recognized for providing critical feedback on product development.

March 5, 2018 Tucson, AZ—–MindPlay online reading and literacy publisher announces the formation of the MindPlay Advocacy Group, created to recognize and honor the valuable input of end users. Included in the Group are educators in roles from district superintendent to reading interventionists, principals, instructional coaches, classroom teachers, tutors and parents who have helped MindPlay hone its suite of reading products to better meet the needs of students, educators and parents.

Detailed feedback in areas such as classroom implementation, student motivation and engagement, parent communication, and academic achievement for students at all grade and skill levels have informed product improvements and propelled MindPlay to the forefront of the educational technology industry.

“We are pleased and honored to recognize the most important contributors to our ongoing improvement of classroom and home reading products,” says Judith Bliss, MindPlay Founder and CEO. “It is educators and others in the field who daily see the impact of our reading programs on learners and are able to provide key feedback that allows for the continual improvement of our products. We are very grateful for these educators’ active involvement and dedication to helping us ensure all students achieve mastery and excel in reading.”

Among MindPlay’s numerous testimonials are educator assertions that the company’s reading programs have yielded dramatic success for both struggling and average readers at all grade levels, and have opened up a new world to older learners previously convinced they did not have the ability to learn.

About MindPlay

Founder Judith Bliss started the MindPlay Company more than 30 years ago, to create a solution to the challenges of learning to read.  After overcoming her own reading disabilities, her goal was to help struggling learners succeed in school and life. MindPlay’s mission is to develop, publish, and distribute cost-effective learning tools that support individual growth and skill development. The curriculum includes clear objectives, inviting graphics and technological innovations. MindPlay educational software programs appeal to multiple learning styles, identify individual student needs and differentiate instruction. www.mindplay.com.

Susan McLester
MindPlay Communications