Austin American Statesman
November 18, 2011 by staff
“While we are excited about our inclusion on the list, we view this as a foundation from which to build and enrich our culture. We will work to tirelessly fulfill our mission and create amazing careers for our people”
“We’re proud to be recognized as one of the best places to work in Austin,” said Eric Loeffel, chief executive officer of CompassLearning. “Our team is passionate about creating a culture where innovation and technology combine to create software and content that helps educators reach, engage and inspire all children to succeed academically. In this time of budget constraints and increased calls for higher levels of academic accountability, teachers and administrators are being asked to do more with less. They are expected to perform miracles in the classroom. We are proud to provide innovative and engaging software and professional support that helps educators work miracles with our nation’s youth.”
In addition to a collaborative and creative work environment – as well as a commitment to excellence – employees cited the strong benefits package, the downtown Austin office location and taking time to have fun as key differentiators. Additionally, delivering products and services that change lives plays a major role for the CompassLearning team. CompassLearning ranked 33rd from among more than 140 Austin-area employers.
“While we are excited about our inclusion on the list, we view this as a foundation from which to build and enrich our culture. We will work to tirelessly fulfill our mission and create amazing careers for our people,” added Loeffel.
CompassLearning, the leading provider of personalized education solutions, has been helping students excel for more than 40 years.
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