by Leslie Buteyn
Environmental Print and Word Problems for Nonreaders, two of PCI’s first products developed for nonreaders, won Distinguished Achievement Awards last night at the Association of Educational Publishing Awards Banquet and Gala in Washington, D.C.
For more than four decades, the AEP Awards have honored outstanding resources for teaching and learning. One of the largest and longest-running awards programs for educational products, the AEP Awards aim to:
- identify products that exemplify the highest standards of professional, quality educational content,
- give credit and recognition to the organizations who are leading the way in this field, and
- set benchmarks to which the rest of the industry can aspire.
Leslie Buteyn is tasked with developing products from the idea phase to the marketplace and is responsible for managing the development of many of PCI Education’s bestselling products. She has developed products for students from preschool age to adult in all subject areas.
Prior to her career at PCI, Buteyn was a middle school language arts and reading teacher in San Antonio. She holds a Bachelor’s in English and a Master’s in Teaching. Both degrees were earned at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.