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Fast ForWord Receives Another Gong

Posted by Moya Gibb-Smith on September 6, 2021 at 3:12 PM

Fast ForWord awardFast ForWord and MATHia have been named as Award (Gong) winners in the 2021 Best Tools for Back to School (USA). They were awarded for helping students, parents, and teachers succeed as they head back to school.

The new Awards of Excellence program is published by:
Tech&Learning (techlearning.com) TOOLS & IDEAS TO TRANSFORM EDUCATION

And is designed to help their readers find the most impressive products and solutions for their work in any learning environment.
Eligible products included hardware, software, curriculum, and more, all divided by grade levels to make it easier for readers to find the solutions they need.

“As we head into another uncertain year in education, technology will continue to be one of the key drivers for innovation,” says Tech & Learning Group Publisher Christine Weiser. “Our judges chose the winning products recognised here for their versatility, compatibility, value, and ability to help schools solve challenges and support continuous instruction. Congratulations to all of our winners.”

Luckily Fast ForWord is already available in Australia and MATHia will be sometime soon.

If your child has difficulty with learning then Fast ForWord targets the underlying problems of Working Memory, Attention, Processing and Sequencing.

Topics: Fast ForWord, Fast ForWord123

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