TabPilot Joins Selective Education Technology Startup Cohort

CALHOUN, Ga. (June 18, 2014) – TabPilot Learning Systems, the leading classroom management system for Android tablets, joins the second annual cohort of SETDA Emerging Private Sector Partners. The highly regarded education technology association selected TabPilot as one of 10 startups to debut at the upcoming Emerging Technologies Forum on June 26 in Atlanta, GA.

“By developing a product tightly focused on the instructional and classroom management needs expressed by PreK-12 educators using tablets in their classrooms, TabPilot was selected from a highly competitive pool of applicants,” said Douglas Levin, SETDA Executive Director.

As schools increasingly turn to affordable Android tablets to enhance instruction, TabPilot offers educators easy, effective management tools that reduce distractions and maximize teaching time. TabPilot provides solutions that limit student access to apps, keeping students focused and on task. The TabPilot system also provides classroom management tools for monitoring or locking student screens as well as tools for IT admins to distribute apps and track app licensing and a secure browser ideal for online testing.

“Our goal is to create a productive learning atmosphere in classrooms where mobile technology is used,” said TabPilot President and CEO Jarrett Volzer. “As a SETDA Emerging Private Sector Partner, we look forward to partnering with SETDA members to accomplish this important challenge.”

SETDA Emerging Private Sector Partners will engage with SETDA membership over the next year, providing a unique public-private collaboration. SETDA and its Channel Partners will provide TabPilot and others with deep education industry expertise to support successful scaling on a statewide and multi-state basis.

For more information, click or visit the TabPilot booth (1640) on the ISTE 2014 show floor.

About TabPilot Learning Systems
TabPilot is a cloud-based management system that puts teachers in control of entire sets of classroom tablets. Teachers are able to limit students’ access during class to specific apps and web sites approved for classroom activity. Accessible through any web browser, TabPilot also functions as an app distribution system to remotely install or remove apps from a group of devices wirelessly. TabPilot is suitable for both K-12 and higher education settings. Visit for more information and a free trial.

Contact: Jarrett Volzer
706-625-2657 x111 |

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Andrea Jones

Andrea Jones is a technology specialist in Virginia. A former French teacher, she currently supports technology integration in a middle school.