Age of Learning Appoints Dr. Daniel A. Domenech as Superintendent-in-Residence

Age of Learning Appoints Dr. Daniel A. Domenech as Superintendent-in-Residence (Photo: Business Wire)

LOS ANGELES--()--Age of Learning, leading education technology innovator and creator of the widely popular ABCmouse® Early Learning Academy, today announced the appointment of Dr. Daniel A. Domenech, highly respected education leader and former Executive Director of AASA (The School Superintendents Association), as Superintendent-in-Residence. Dr. Domenech will work alongside Age of Learning’s inaugural Superintendent-in-Residence, Dr. Art Cavazos, to continue to raise awareness of the proven effectiveness of the company’s adaptive, personalized mastery learning programs, My Math Academy®, and My Reading Academy.

Dr. Domenech served as Executive Director of AASA from 2008 to 2023, where he played a pivotal role in advocating for the advancement of education and ensuring that superintendents across the U.S. had access to effective tools and resources to foster academic excellence. During the course of his esteemed 50-year career in public education, Dr. Domenech also spent nearly three decades as superintendent of several school districts including Fairfax County, Va., Public Schools, one of the largest school systems in the U.S.

In acknowledgement of his lifelong contributions to improving the quality of education in the K-12 sector, Dr. Domenech has been recognized by several prominent awards, including the 2023 Distinguished Service to Education Award by the National Association of Elementary School Principals and the 2023 James Bryant Conant Award by the Education Commission of the States.

“Dr. Domenech exemplifies visionary leadership in education, and we are thrilled to welcome him to Age of Learning,” said Ty West, General Manager, Schools Division at Age of Learning. “He brings to our team the invaluable perspective of his extensive track record of supporting educators and transforming learning experiences for students. We look forward to collaborating with him as we build on our momentum in establishing partnerships with districts nationwide to scale the impact of our research-based solutions.”

"I share Age of Learning's commitment to providing solutions that accelerate learning for every child,” said Dr. Domenech. "Throughout my career, I have had the privilege of working closely with districts to identify solutions that help our youngest learners build foundational skills in math and reading. By harnessing the power of Age of Learning’s adaptive, personalized technology, I believe we can improve educational outcomes for millions of children.”

Dr. Domenech was co-chair of the Learning 2025 Commission, which is working to develop recommendations on transforming education to be more student-centered, equity-focused and forward-reaching. He also served as Board Chair for Communities In Schools of Virginia and was a board member of the National Student Clearinghouse Research, the Center for Naval Analyses, and currently chairs the A.C.T Board.

Dr. Domenech began his teaching career in New York City before becoming program director for the Nassau Board of Cooperative Educational Services. Prior to joining AASA, he held the position of senior vice president for National Urban Markets at McGraw-Hill Education.

About Age of Learning

Age of Learning® is the leading education technology innovator, creating engaging and effective learning resources to help children build a strong foundation for academic success and a lifelong love of learning. The company’s research-based digital education programs have been developed by an experienced team of education experts and have proven efficacy in increasing children’s learning gains. Age of Learning’s flagship product,® Early Learning Academy, is an award-winning comprehensive curriculum for children. The company’s school solutions programs include My Math Academy®, an adaptive, personalized program proven to significantly accelerate math learning outcomes, and My Reading Academy, an adaptive program designed to help young learners build a foundation for reading comprehension and literacy and become fluent readers. With over 10 billion learning activities completed by more than 50 million children worldwide, Age of Learning is a global leader in efforts to advance equity, access, and opportunity for all children. To learn more about Age of Learning, visit


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