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Istation Wins a BESSIE Award 6th Year in a Row

The ComputED Gazette recognizes Istation as best academic management website

DALLAS, April 12, 2018 — Istation, a Dallas-based leading provider of educational technology, won the BESSIE Award for best Academic Management Website in the Teacher Tools category in The ComputEd Gazette’s 2018 Best Educational Software Awards.

Now in their 24th year, The Gazette’s annual springtime BESSIE Awards “target innovative and content-rich programs and websites that provide parents and teachers with the technology to foster educational excellence.” Submissions are judged on academic content, technical merit, subject approach and system management.

“Istation is excited to be acknowledged for the sixth consecutive year by ComputEd Gazette,” said Richard H. Collins, Istation Chairman and CEO. “It is our mission to help pre-K to 8th grade students and teachers through our instructional technology and diagnostic tools. We are appreciative to ComputED Gazette for this award.”

Istation received a BESSIE Award in 2017 in the Multi-Level, Multi-Subject category and three BESSIE Awards in 2016 for Early Learning Reading, Early Elementary Reading Skills and Multi-Level Reading Skills.

About Istation

Founded in 1998 and based in Dallas, Texas, Istation (Imagination Station) has become one of the nation’s leading providers of richly animated, game-like, educational technology. Istation was named one of 2019’s “EdTech 1000: Companies Transforming Education” by EdTech Digest, and has received numerous national educational technology awards. The Istation program puts more instructional time in the classroom through small-group and collaborative instruction. Istation’s innovative reading, math and Spanish programs immerse students in an engaging and interactive environment and inspire them to learn. Additionally, administrators and educators can use Istation to easily track the progress of their students, schools and classrooms. Istation now serves more than 4 million students throughout the United States and in several other countries. The company celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2018.