PHILADELPHIA PA, August 30, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- One of the most difficult tasks that a teacher faces is finding materials for their classrooms that are both high quality and engaging. PledgeCents' newest partner, Mackin, is on a mission to ensure that teachers are able to access high quality digital and print materials from over 18,000 publishers that will help create engaging and exciting learning environments for their students. Access to Mackin's nearly 3 million print titles and 1.9 million digital titles are now available through the PledgeCents Marketplace. The partnership enables teachers and parents to gain access to Mackin K-12 fiction and non-fiction educational materials by helping to offset the cost to get these materials into more students' hands.
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"For teachers, the process of finding and sorting through instructional materials can be inundating," said Andyshea Saberioon, CEO and co-founder of PledgeCents. "Mackin is one of the most established organizations in the education space and their history of delivering quality printed and digital titles to school libraries and teachers is unmatched. We are excited to join Mackin in ensuring that teachers are able to tap into their expansive catalog and leverage these learning materials in their classrooms."
Through the partnership, teachers and schools will be able to utilize PledgeCents to seamlessly generate a fundraising page to cover the cost of print and eBooks and other digital content from Mackin. The PledgeCents team works with each fundraiser to help raise the necessary funds and will purchase the plan immediately after the fundraiser ends and also connect the teacher to a member of Mackin's team to expedite the process. Anyone interested can visit https://www.pledgecents.com/signup/event/mackin to create their own page today.
"One of the greatest barriers to providing education at any level is the constant struggle of working with limited or shrinking budgets. PledgeCents is a remarkably easy and clever way for schools to raise the additional funds needed to purchase quality educational materials", stated Troy Mikell, Director of Marketing and Communications for Mackin.
Representatives from organizations interested in learning more about the program can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information.
About PledgeCents, Inc.
PledgeCents is the preferred fundraising platform for all PreK-12 needs. By allowing anyone to raise funds, PledgeCents aims to eliminate the $1.6 billion teachers annually spend out-of-pocket for basic classroom needs. Over 2,000 schools representing over 250 public school districts in 50 states work to raise funds through the PledgeCents platform. With the addition of the Preferred Partner Program last year, PledgeCents has partnered with over 70 leading education technology companies to help schools and teachers receive access to the tools they need but cannot afford. For more information please visit: http://www.pledgecents.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
For over 34 years, Mackin has provided library and classroom materials for grades PK-12. Known the world over for exemplary service and a stringent attention to detail, Mackin has access to over 18,000 publishers and a collection of nearly 3 million printed titles.
The development of MackinVIA, their free, award-winning digital content management system, has been instrumental for tens of thousands of schools and over 9 million students worldwide. To date, their digital catalog boasts more than 1.9 million PK-12 age-appropriate titles in eBook, audiobook and database formats.
Reaffirming its technical superiority and usefulness in the classroom and library, MackinVIA was named as one of Tech & Learning magazine's Prestigious Education Technology products for 2015, was a recipient of Modern Library Awards Platinum Award in 2017, and Best In Show at ISTE 2015, 2016 and 2017.
For more information call 800-245-9540 or visit Mackin.com
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