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Learning A-Z Overview

Tucson, AZ (US)
201 to 500 employees
1999
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Education Training Services
£50 to £100 million (GBP) per year
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Learning A-Z started as an idea. Bob Holl and Francis Morgan, two entrepreneurs with years of experience in the education industry, believed that every child deserved developmentally appropriate books and activities — at school and at home. With the support of a ... Read more

Mission: Learning A-Z is dedicated to working with teachers to give them the resources they need to reach every child, on every learning level. All of our readers, lessons, worksheets, interactive audio books, and other materials can be customized. This means every child can have what is ... Read more

Learning A-Z Reviews

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    Pros

    Quality products produced by quality people

    Cons

    Lots of restructuring right now

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Learning A-Z Photos

Learning A-Z photo of: School Supply Drive 2014
Learning A-Z photo of: Bob Holl Co-Founder Learning A- Z
Learning A-Z photo of: 2014 Employee Awards
Learning A-Z photo of: Future of Education Technology 2018
Learning A-Z photo of: NAtional Science Teachers Association Conference 2017
Learning A-Z photo of: Our employees love our company logo
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Learning A-Z Interviews

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    Software Engineer(Internship) Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Ann Arbor, MI (US)
    Declined Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Learning A-Z (Ann Arbor, MI (US)) in October 2020.

    Interview

    First round was a pretty standard phone screen. I spoke with an interviewer for 45 minutes with a few basic OOP questions and one coding question.

    Second round was meeting the mentors, for a 3 hour interview with 3 1:2s. Each pair ran their section differently, whether by asking about more general coding questions, about my past experiences, or behavioral questions. Each hour session had a coding portion in addition to the questions.

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Learning A-Z Awards & Accolades

  • Revere Award, Association of American Publishers, 2014
  • Readers’ Choice Top 100 Products, District Administration Magazine, 2013
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