Blog

September 3, 2019

Age of Learning Welcomes Paul Candland as CEO, Founder Doug Dohring Becomes Executive Chairman

We are thrilled to announce that former President of The Walt Disney Company Asia Paul Candland has joined Age of Learning as our new Chief Executive Officer. Paul has been a Senior Advisor to the company since 2018. Doug Dohring, who has led the company’s growth since founding Age of Learning in 2007, has become Continue reading…


Tags: , ,

July 16, 2019

Age of Learning Announces Partnership with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Bringing Large Collection of Award-Winning and Classic Titles to ReadingIQ, ABCmouse, and Adventure Academy

Today, Age of Learning announced a major book licensing partnership with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) Publishing, adding more of the best of children’s literature to the thousands of expert-curated books in our ReadingIQ® digital library and literacy platform, as well as to ABCmouse.com® Early Learning Academy and Adventure Academy™. Our partnership with HMH brings an outstanding Continue reading…


Tags: , , , , ,

June 27, 2019

Age of Learning Brings Comprehensive Disney Publishing Worldwide Library to ReadingIQ, ABCmouse, and Adventure Academy

We are thrilled to announce the addition of many of the most beloved children’s titles from Disney Publishing Worldwide to the thousands of existing expert-curated books in the ReadingIQ® digital library and literacy platform, as well as to ABCmouse.com® Early Learning Academy and Adventure Academy™. The comprehensive Disney collection comprises titles from its most popular Continue reading…


Tags: , , , ,

June 25, 2019

Age of Learning Introduces First-of-Their-Kind Reading Level Assessments in ReadingIQ

Earlier today, we announced the launch of Reading Level Assessments and other enhancements to our digital library and literacy platform ReadingIQ®, helping match children 12 and under with the right books for their level and interests from nearly 10,000 expert-curated titles. Developed by assessment experts here at Age of Learning, in cooperation with leading education Continue reading…


Tags: , ,

June 11, 2019

Age of Learning Volunteers Help Head Start Center Shine

Helping children thrive is at the core of Age of Learning’s mission and is what drives us each day. That’s why our team was particularly excited to spend the day volunteering at the Children’s Institute Western Head Start Center in South Los Angeles recently. We were happy to support Children’s Institute (CII), a nonprofit organization Continue reading…


Tags: ,

April 9, 2019

Introducing Adventure Academy, the World’s First Educational Massively Multiplayer Online Game

We are thrilled to announce the upcoming release of Adventure Academy, the world’s first premier (or “AAA”) educational massively multiplayer online game (or “MMO”)! Launching May 1 on computers, tablets, and smartphones, Adventure Academy will provide elementary and middle school age children with an immersive, interactive learning adventure where they can explore an ever-expanding virtual Continue reading…


Tags: , , , , ,

January 31, 2019

18 Million Learners, Infinite Possibilities

What difference can early education make? Helping one young child learn to read or master early math skills can unlock infinite possibilities for her future. At Age of Learning, we believe high-quality early learning can have a meaningful, lasting impact on every child’s life. So we’re excited to announce that our flagship program ABCmouse has Continue reading…


Tags: , , ,

November 15, 2018

National Children’s Reading Habits Study: Understanding the Reading Gap and How to Help Close It

Reading is the foundation of education and vital to children’s success in school and beyond. Regular reading not only improves vocabulary and school performance, but also helps children develop empathy and self-confidence. And when children fall behind in reading, learning other subjects becomes increasingly difficult with each passing school year. Students unable to read at grade level by 4th grade are four times less likely to graduate from high school.

Continue reading...


Tags: , ,

Next Page