Angel To Supply Learning Management for Harcourt Programs


Angel Learning and Harcourt Education have formed an alliance for e-learning. Through the arrangement, Angel will provide learning management technologies for use with educational programs from Harcourt School Publishers and Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

Complete details have not yet been revealed. Angel is the developer of the Angel LMS, a learning management system designed for both K-12 and higher ed. The company said it will provide this LMS for use with "key" Harcourt programs, but how and in what form the LMS will be integrated into the programs remains to be seen.

"Angel Learning's understanding of the unique needs of K-12 customers and the ability of the Angel Learning Management Suite to adapt to those needs are an excellent match for Harcourt," said Alex Watson, senior vice president, operations, Harcourt Education, in a statement released last week. "This agreement aligns Harcourt with an outstanding company that shares our commitment to innovation in K-12 education."

We'll provide more information when it becomes available.

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