Collaborative Learning, Classroom Administration and Assessing Student Mastery Made Easier Across Global School System
NEW YORK – April 10, 2014—The Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) recently awarded a contract to Schoology as a result of a competitive RFQ seeking a learning management system. Schoology Enterprise will deliver instructional content to DoDEA K-12 students and allow collaboration inside and outside of the traditional K-12 classroom. Click to tweet this news: http://ctt.ec/l87Ba.
“We are very pleased that the DoDEA chose Schoology as their learning management system,” said Jeremy Friedman, CEO of Schoology. “With such a vast global school network, DoDEA students and educators will be able to easily collaborate and accelerate student achievement with digital learning in Schoology.”
Schoology manages curriculum, assessments, grading and other classroom management tasks and is also a communication platform for teachers and students. In traditional, online or blended classrooms, Schoology improves learning outcomes with its ability to manage and integrate resources as well as help teachers evaluate student mastery on educational standards.
New York City-based Schoology—used by more than four million users in over 50,000 K-12 schools and universities around the world—combines dynamic learning management, an easy-to-use collaborative interface and next-generation API integration into one innovative solution. Schoology transforms learning into a media-rich interactive experience where students, teachers, parents and administrators work together to raise student achievement worldwide. Available as a free stand-alone product and as a fee-based integrated enterprise-class solution deployed in schools or across districts, Schoology is user-centric and scalable for any blended learning environment. More information at schoology.com or @schoology.