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Newmark Learning Wins Learning Magazine 2019 Teachers' Choice Award™ for the Classroom

New Rochelle, NY, Sept. 25, 2018—Newmark Learning, publisher of teaching resources and early literacy materials, announced that it won a prestigious “2019 Teachers’ Choice™ Award” from Learning Magazine. Newmark Learning, a Benchmark Education company, earned this award for a new series of grade-specific, print-format teacher resource materials. Read More

Newmark Learning is Awarded Learning Magazine 2018 Teachers’ Choice Awards™ for Professional Development The First 30 Days of School: Routines & Rituals, Grades K–2 & 3–6

New Rochelle, NY, September 28 2017 –Newmark Learning, publisher of teaching resources and Early literacy materials, announced receiving two “2018 Teachers’ Choice™ Awards’ from Learning Magazine. Newmark Learning, a Benchmark Education company, earned these prestigious 2018 awards for a new series of teacher resource books, which help teachers jumpstart a successful school year. Read More

Newmark Learning Wins Three Learning Magazine 2014 Teachers’ Choice Awards™ for PreK to Grade 6 Literacy Titles

PELHAM, NY, November 12, 2013 – Early childhood literacy publisher Newmark Learning announced that for the second year in a row, Learning Magazine awarded the company three “Teachers’ Choice™ Awards.” Newmark Learning, a sister company to Benchmark Education, earned these prestigious 2014 awards for its excellent preK and elementary leveled-reading titles. Read More

Newmark Learning Introduces More Than 150 New Spanish Language Reading Books for Grades PreK to 1

Young students build foundational vocabulary, language and reading skills

PELHAM, NY, May 13, 2013 – Literacy publisher Newmark Learning announced more than 150 new Spanish-language Sight Word Readers and leveled books for Spanish or bilingual learners in grades preK-1. These engaging and effective texts carefully scaffold students up a gradual staircase of text complexity to build the foundational skills they need to access complex text in their native language. The nonfiction titles also introduce informational text types as required by Common Core State standards. Children who develop strong literacy skills in their native language are more readily able to acquire literacy in a second language according to published research by education expert and researcher Jill Fitzgerald in Journal of Reading Behavior. Read More

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