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Next school year (2022-23), USATestprep and Education Galaxy will become Progress Learning. Along with our new name, we’re launching a new platform with enhanced functionality for schools, teachers, and students! We’re excited to bring you these upgrades and want to make sure you have everything you need to prepare for the next school year.
Join Amy Brown, our Chief Product Officer, as she provides updates on the company and product ahead of the next school year.

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