Entering 2022 with Momentum
Cambium now serves more than 20 million students and 30% of U.S. teachers across 94% of U.S. districts and more than 170 countries.
2021 was a unique year for the education technology sector, as it presented an opportunity to find new ways to help educators, students and parents flourish with flexible, edtech solutions.
At Cambium Learning Group, we continued to be guided by our Essential Elements of simplicity, certainty, and now in order to bring our purpose to life — to focus on helping all teachers and students feel seen, valued and supported. As a result, Cambium is entering another monumental year as we head into 2022. But first, here are just a sampling of 2021’s highlights that will carry momentum into the new year:
- Cambium’s unique playbook fueled growth and impact: Cambium’s differentiated approach as an end-to-end family of solutions has led to impressive financial growth, which has been fueled by a different kind of playbook that ensures impact always comes first. Cambium strives to keep its business units laser-focused on student and teacher outcomes, while Cambium provides ongoing support for everything else, including People Experience (HR), IT, Legal, Brand Strategy, Finance and other shared Operations.
- Cambium’s customer-centric strategy drove focused acquisitions and consistent organic performance: In February 2021, Cambium successfully brought together its recently acquired Lexia business with Voyager Sopris Learning to launch an all-new brand focused on literacy acceleration called Lexia Learning. The new brand, with year-over-year bookings on pace to grow 70%, delivers an unparalleled literacy continuum spanning curriculum, assessment and professional learning.
- Thought leadership and product innovation lead to success: 2021 brought significant milestones for Cambium’s business units. Lexia saw 50 million student logins by 3.5 million students on its literacy platform in October 2021 alone. Additionally, Learning A-Z partnered with UNICEF for the UNICEF Kid Power Classroom Challenge. This partnership resulted in both social and learning outcomes, including more than 250,000 meals donated to families in need, 1.6 million days of clean water delivered to communities around the globe and 3x more books read by Learning A-Z students participating in the challenge.
You can read more about Cambium’s momentum in this press release. I look forward to another year of growth for our company and the educators, students and parents we serve.