STI, a leading provider of education data management systems, announced today that Montgomery Public Schools in Montgomery, Ala. has purchased a three-year subscription to STI Assessment, the web-based formative assessment system. District plans to use the system to facilitate data-driven instruction as part of its ongoing efforts to increase student achievement and meet adequate yearly progress under the No Child Left Behind Act.
"Our goal is to empower our teachers with real-time data and provide concrete measures of how students are progressing toward meeting state and national standards," said Michael Lenhart, assistant superintendent for Montgomery Public Schools. "With the information that teachers can access through STI Assessment, they are able to make instructional changes in a timely manner and help students continue on a path of learning and achievement."
To read the full news release, go to http://www.sti-k12.com
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