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DreamBox Learning Launches Redesigned Website Geared Toward Educators

Content-Rich Destination Delivers Plethora of Adaptive Learning Resources for Administrators and Teachers

Bellevue, WA — January 24, 2011 — DreamBox Learning, an
innovative e-Learning company, today unveiled its newly redesigned website geared toward
administrators and teachers at The enhanced
site features an abundance of valuable educator resources and tools as they relate to
adaptive learning.

The easy-to-navigate site touts a deep array of useful material for administrators and
educators such as white papers on education issues, effectiveness studies, video-based
classroom testimonials, on-demand webinars on key education topics such as Common Core State
Standards, and practical elements such as an assortment of free math tools for teachers.

“The redesigned DreamBox Learning website reflects our commitment to partner with
schools and districts to improve math comprehension and proficiency for every student
through the use of innovative technology,” said Jessie Woolley-Wilson, CEO of DreamBox
Learning. “As a leader in providing award-winning adaptive learning solutions, we
felt compelled to share our knowledge and expertise with the goal of becoming a highly
valuable online resource for educators – from superintendents and curriculum
directors, to building administrators and teachers – when evaluating the deployment
and benefits of supplemental online instruction.”

While the new website has a strong focus on the education market, DreamBox Learning will
also continue to support its DreamBox Learning K-3 Math home-based users by providing
useful resource such as tips on fun activities that work math into daily life, the parent
dashboard and monthly newsletter.

About DreamBox Learning

DreamBox Learning was founded in 2006 in Bellevue, Washington and acquired in April 2010 by
the Charter Fund in partnership with Reed Hastings, a widely recognized educational
philanthropist and CEO of Netflix, Inc. The company launched a Web-based platform and its
first adventure-themed online learning product called DreamBox Learning K-2 Math in January
2009, and the program has won more than 20 top education and technology industry awards.
DreamBox Learning K-2 Math was followed by the DreamBox Math Classroom in April 2009 and
DreamBox Learning K-3 Math in April 2010. The products target young students in kindergarten
through third grade and deliver more than 500 core lessons and unlimited variations based on
the Common Core standards. DreamBox Learning programs are designed to teach and reinforce
key mathematical concepts through effective, individualized instruction in an engaging and
fun manner. The products’ patent pending “engine” constantly assesses each
student’s mathematical understanding, provides the most suitable hints and
encouragement at the right pace for that child, and offers the next personally appropriate
activities as subsequent choices. More information can be found at

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