ROCKVILLE, Md., March 15, 2023 (Newswire.com) – Amplio Learning Technologies announces the appointment of Din Heiman as Chief Executive Officer.
Din Heiman is a veteran education executive with a wealth of experience in K-12 EdTech product/market strategy. He has held leadership positions spanning strategy, global growth, business development, and operations at a variety of high-growth EdTech companies, such as Renaissance Learning, BrainPOP, and most recently Beable Education.
“I am honored to guide Amplio’s exceptional team in our mission to help students with special needs reach their potential and improve outcomes through digital programs and curricula, leveraging the most advanced technologies,” says Mr. Heiman. “I look forward to building upon Dr. Yair Shapira’s vision and the strong foundation that he and the team have set. School districts are struggling with shortages of specialized staff and increasing caseloads for those that remain. We owe it to exceptional students, to their families, and to that staff to support learners of all abilities on their learning journeys.”
Dr. Yair Shapira, the founder and former CEO of Amplio, was appointed to the position of Board Chair.
“I am incredibly proud of what Amplio has accomplished,” says Dr. Shapira. “I am confident that with Din’s experience and leadership, Amplio will continue to be at the forefront of Special Education, providing innovative solutions to help children in need. I am grateful to our team and advisors for their dedication and mission focus, and I am excited to see Amplio fulfilling its potential and helping millions of children.”
The Amplio digital platform connects students, educators, therapists, and administrators with advanced technologies to help students with special needs reach their potential and improve outcomes. Whether on-site or online, the platform equips students with individualized, high-fidelity interventions, enabling educators to devote more time to direct instruction. Administrators gain a 360-degree view of student progress, programs, and resources. Solutions are developed in conjunction with parents, a world-class advisory council, academics, and school administrators with expertise in special populations. Tens of thousands of students have received services and interventions using the Amplio platform since the solution was launched in 2019.