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Britannica®School Wins Bett Award

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London, January 21st 2015

Britannica® School, our comprehensive information solution for the preK–12 classroom, has won the prestigious Bett Award, the highest honour for an educational–technology product in Britain. We add this to several other awards that the product has won, including the Golden Lamp and Distinguished Achievement Awards from the Association of American Publishers, and a host of outstanding product reviews from educators and journalists in several countries. Demand for Britannica School continues to be strong around the world, and through the hard work of our editors, developers and marketing teams we continue to improve it.


More information about the Bett Awards is available at the Bett Awards website.

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