Pearson iLit Literacy Intervention now available on CTL Chromebooks
CTL® announced today from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas that it has signed a reseller agreement with Pearson to provide K-12 educators with digital learning programs such as Pearson iLit. CTL brings 25 years of experience in computer manufacturing and developed the 2go® PC brand of education-specific mobile devices with their partners at Intel. Its partnership with Pearson, a global leader in education, allows school leaders to enhance the learning experience for students and teachers by working with one unified team of experts.
“Our new relationship with Pearson will enable us to offer educators the complete package of an education-specific device with Pearson courseware that enhances the learning experience for students and teachers,” said Mike Mahanay, CMO at CTL. “Pearson’s personalized digital learning solutions are the perfect complement to our ruggedized student Chromebooks and 2go PC mobile devices,” he added.
Pearson collaborates with major platform, software, mobile and hardware providers to simplify the deployment of personalized digital learning solutions, including those for early literacy intervention. CTL will now offer a wide range of digital learning solutions from Pearson to its K-12 customers, including Pearson iLit, Pearson System of Courses, enVisionMATH 2.0, Interactive Science, Interactive Music powered by Silver Burdett and many other solutions that span the K-12 curriculum.
CTL is an innovator in classroom devices and introduced its CTL Education Chromebook, a ruggedized Chromebook with a carry handle and rotating camera, in June of 2014. Its line of rugged and versatile 2go® PC mobile devices and convertible 2-in-1 tablets were designed specifically for the classroom.
For more information about CTL’s education solutions, including the full line of Pearson digital curriculum, please contact CTL here.