Kimball Learning Products Earn GEI Seal of Endorsement
Guide, Mascot, Poly, Flip and Dock Table products from Kimball Learning have earned the Global Educator Institute (GEI) Seal of Endorsement, placing them among the best teaching products available today.
GEI recognizes the very best in classroom-tested, teacher-approved learning products using a vigorous assessment process. Products bearing the GEI Seal of Endorsement have earned the distinction for improving learning and the learning environment.
“Working with GEI was a very thorough, rigorous & rewarding process. Having the GEI seal of endorsement from educators across the country speaks volumes for the quality and durability Kimball Learning delivers. It provides assurance to all other educators who are evaluating education furniture, that Kimball Learning provides effective and efficient solutions that optimize any learning environment and allows for ease of reconfiguration. Kimball Learning is proud and honored to have the partnership and endorsement of GEI,” said Matt Murray, Director of Sales for Kimball Learning.
A GEI Seal of Endorsement is becoming one of the most recognized and prestigious awards in the educational market for establishing the benchmark of excellence in learning products.
Products that earn the GEI Seal of Endorsement have been subjected to an in-depth rubric that evaluates effectiveness, durability, value, and ease of use. GEI Reviewers submit their qualitative and quantitative feedback for review and analysis by the GEI Executive Team, which determines whether or not the product is to be awarded a GEI Seal of Endorsement. The GEI Executive Team has more than 100 years combined teaching and administrative experience, and includes a PhD, numerous state certifications, and a nationally recognized educational consultant.
About Kimball Learning
Kimball Learning, has incorporated the needs and expectations of ever-evolving education trends into the development of our product portfolio which include flexible, collaborative, and technology-driven furnishings from classrooms to administrative offices and every secondary learning space in between.