MAYVILLE – Edgenuity, a Scottsdale, Ariz. provider of online and blended learning solutions, announced the winners of its “20/20 Vision” video contest highlighting how online and blended learning solutions are improving academic outcomes for students, teachers, schools and districts across the country. 

Grand prize winner Henrico County School District in Virginia was awarded a $5,000 technology grant, with runners up Coppell Independent School District of Texas and Mayville School District of Wisconsin receiving software licenses courtesy of Edgenuity to extend online and blended learning solution capabilities to additional students.

“All of the contest participants showcased great examples of the many ways schools can use Edgenuity to engage students and help them achieve their academic goals,” said Sari Factor, CEO of Edgenuity. “We’re thrilled to award the winning schools with additional support to help them continue to drive positive academic results with effective, results-oriented online and blended learning solutions.”

Mayville School District’s submission, titled “FACES,” demonstrates how Edgenuity provides immediate feedback that motivates students eager to jump ahead as well as those requiring extra support.

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