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Victory is here to solve your problems! Our experience and market knowledge will fuel your creative process. We are a resource to develop quality work, delivered on time and on budget. We can create a new product for you or salvage a struggling project by solving your problems to get things back on track.
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What Clients Are Saying About Us
Testimonial from Learning Science News(3)
"I’m so delighted to be working with you on these educator activities(.…) We loved the precipitate experiment (… it) is so clever and a simple simulation for teachers!"
Testimonial from Learning A to Z 10-15-2019(5)
“LOVE GA3 Science Week 1! Thank you!”
Testimonial from Learning A to Z 10-15-2019(4)
“FANTASTIC OH4 Week 10 and OH5 Week 1 Student Editions!!! My socks are officially knocked off! Thank you!”
A Managing Editor and Product Manager
We both felt the project went very well, the lessons were well done and your responses and turnaround were also excellent. We’ve really enjoyed working with you and your team. We hope to work together again in the future.
A Curriculum Analyst
Thank you to everyone for their awesome work on this.
A Manager, Test Development
I want to thank Victory for their timely submissions, sound documentation, and clear communication. It has been a pleasure to work together so far.
Testimonial from Learning A to Z 10-15-2019(3)
"I really appreciate all you’ve done to help us in this endeavor. We value you as partners in providing for our clients, and I look forward to many more collaborations in the future. You’re always a pleasure to work with.”
Testimonial from Learning Science News(2)
"We really appreciate your revision and your team’s willingness to work with us on this activity. We’re already excited to see the next one!”
Testimonial from Learning Science News(5)
"What a fun activity! We’d hoped that you would come up with something that gave students a sense of what a computer actually is – and here it is.”
Testimonial from Learning Science News(1)
"We loved the idea of having students do eccentricity-related calculations and to think about what the moon’s path means for Earth, eclipses and the super moon. My comments were minor, with just two questions that I thought might fit better elsewhere."
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Virginia Department of Education