Atomic Learning one of the Education Companies to Join to Enhance the 21st Century Classroom

The inSky Provider Program Enables Education Providers to Improve Educators’ Experience Through’s Digital Learning Environment: Sky

ISTE 2010, DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Providers of digital education resources are looking for ways to improve how educators find, assign and use their materials. To meet that goal, today announces the inSky Provider Program, a network of companies that use key features in the Sky digital learning environment, such as single sign-on, to enhance their users’ experience.

“The inSky program represents a great opportunity for teachers to gain access to content from both Atomic Learning and seamlessly”

The growing list of inSky participants includes:

Adaptive Curriculum
Atomic Learning
Catchup Math
Defined STEM
EduSmart Science
Encyclopedia Britannica
Espresso Learning
Explore Learning
Inspiration Software
Kendall Hunt
Learn That Word
Science Companion
Study Dog
Typing Pal Online

The foundation of the inSky program is the Sky digital learning environment by Sky transforms the way districts access, assemble and distribute to teachers any Web-based resources, and meet accountability and reporting requirements aligned to state standards and their own district goals.

With Sky, districts literally give teachers the gift of time by freeing them from many of the administrative tasks that take them away from teaching. Sky offers teachers one-password access (single sign-on) to all district digital resources, and collaboration features so teachers connect with students, parents, and even with other teachers in professional learning communities.

“The inSky program makes it easy for education providers to deliver their resources right when teachers and administrators need them,” says William J. Kelly, CEO. “Providers can leverage single sign-on and all the Sky features to help educators truly individualize instruction.”

Provider participation can vary from simple customization of the single sign-on experience to full hosting of content within the Sky environment.

“The inSky program represents a great opportunity for teachers to gain access to content from both Atomic Learning and seamlessly,” says Dan Meyer, CEO of Atomic Learning.

Today’s announcement is the first in a series of enhancements planned for the Sky digital learning environment. For more information on the inSky provider program, please visit For a demonstration of Sky’s capabilities, and to learn more, visit

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Founded in 1999, supports K-12 teachers and administrators to improve student learning outcomes through our Sky digital learning environment, and our Sky-delivered curriculum and assessment solutions. With Sky’s open design, educators can integrate learning objects from any source to create custom curricula and individualize instruction. Sky makes it simple for teachers to use digital resources in the classroom, and for districts to capture and replicate successful teaching strategies district-wide.’s Web-delivered solutions include STEM, science, math and technology literacy curricula, and assessments for technology and 21st century skills. Learn more at

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