EverFi Partners with Digital Learning Day to Promote Use of Innovative Technology in the Classroom

    EverFi Partners with Digital Learning Day to Promote Use of Innovative
                         Technology in the Classroom

PR Newswire

WASHINGTON, Feb. 6, 2013

WASHINGTON, Feb. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --EverFi, Inc., the leading education
technology company that teaches, assesses, and certifies students in critical
skills, today announced that it is joining thousands of educators, millions of
students, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, and U.S. Chief Technology
Officer Todd Park in partnering with the Alliance for Excellent Education for
the second annual Digital Learning Day. Digital Learning Day is a national
campaign that celebrates teachers and shines a spotlight on instructional
practices that use technology to strengthen the personal learning experience
for students across the country.

The partnership is a natural fit as EverFi's digital learning programs are
used by educators to help students develop critical life skills in more than
5,000 K-12 schools and higher education institutions. EverFi's learning
platforms are focused on needed skills such as financial literacy, digital
citizenship and cyberbullying prevention, civic education, student loan
management, and health and wellness. Each platform leverages adaptive and
engaging technologies including 3D gaming, simulation, social networking, and
virtual worlds.

"It's because of the passion and commitment of educators around the country
that we're able to bring our platform to the classroom," said Tom Davidson,
EverFi Chief Executive Officer. "They are the driving force behind the
expansion of digital learning, and a major reason why we've certified over 4.5
million students in the critical skills they need to be successful in life."

"In my first 18 years of teaching, I used very traditional methods of
instruction, but as a business and computer skills teacher, I had no choice
but to embrace digital learning," said Joy Munsey, a teacher at Holston High
School in Damascus, VA. "The benefits to my students are immeasurable. I use
the EverFi curriculum, activities on the Federal Reserve Bank website, and
news clips on NBCLearn.com. Utilizing technology in the classroom makes the
curriculum more relevant to teenagers – and brings a whole new level of
interest and engagement to class discussions."

In addition to working directly with over 400 colleges and universities,
EverFi partners with hundreds of private sector companies and foundations to
sponsor the use of EverFi's learning platforms in K-12 schools, helping
educators get the best resources at no cost to the school, district, or state.
Some of the world's largest brands and organizations have joined the EverFi
mission including Burger King, JPMorgan Chase, BBVA Compass, Capital One,
Genworth Financial, Neustar, PepsiCo, the John Calipari Family Foundation, and

The Digital Learning Day campaign culminates in a national celebration in
Washington, D.C. on February 6 at the Newseum, where teachers and education
leaders will gather to showcase some of the creative ways teachers are using
technology to help reinvigorate the classroom. Arne Duncan, U.S Secretary of
Education, and Todd Park, Chief Technology Officer for the White House will be
in attendance to speak about the impact and importance of digital learning.

About EverFi Inc.

EverFi, Inc. is the leading education technology company to teach, assess, and
certify students in critical skills. EverFi's education learning platforms
include Financial Literacy, Student Loan Management, Digital Literacy,
Cyberbullying, Alcohol Abuse and Sexual Assault Awareness, and additional
product areas to be announced in 2013. The company is already powering a
national movement in 50 states that enables adults and students to learn using
the latest technology, including rich media, 3D gaming, simulation, social
networking, and virtual worlds. Learn more at www.everfi.com.

Media Contact:
Jamie Rismiller/Bridget Nolan

SOURCE EverFi, Inc.

Website: http://www.everfi.com
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