Our research- and evidence-based literacy, math, and summer school solutions are proven to increase student engagement and achievement.
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Voyager Sopris Learning® is the proven leader in providing research-based professional development for teachers and education leaders.
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Fundamentals of Literacy Instruction
We work with schools and districts to customize an implementation and ongoing support plan.
Passport Reading Journeys™
At Voyager Sopris Learning™, our mission is to work with educators to help them meet and surpass their goals for student achievement.
A Message From Our President
Ticket to Read®
Voyager Sopris Learning®, provider of a comprehensive suite of evidence-based interventions, assessments, and professional services, is pleased to share that the positive school climate program Best Behavior by Dr. Jeffrey Sprague and Dr. Annemieke Golly contributed to dramatic decreases in reports of student defiance, expulsions, and suspensions in California's Napa Valley Unified School District (NVUSD) during the 2011–2013 school years, as reported in the Napa Valley Register.
Voyager Sopris Learning®, provider of a comprehensive suite of evidence-based interventions, assessments, and professional services, is pleased to announce the release of the complimentary Ticket to Read® app, which is now available to all Ticket to Read users in the iTunes® App Store from Apple®.
Voyager Sopris Learning®, a member of Cambium Learning® Group, announced today their receipt of the Tennessee Department of Education’s review and approval of the We Can Early Learning Curriculum for use in Tennessee’s voluntary prekindergarten programs.
Voyager Sopris Learning®, a division of Cambium Learning® Group—which provides a comprehensive suite of evidence-based interventions, assessments, and professional services to empower educators and help all students reach their full potential—is happy to announce a contribution to procure hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of school supplies for the Kids In Need Foundation (KINF).