These districts and schools are drawing more benefits out of their learning management systems
Learning management systems originally got their start in higher education, serving as central hub for college students to drop in assignments, check grades, and contact their professors. Needless to say it caught on with universities—and eventually school districts.
Today’s LMS is a bit of an upgrade, with new features and design elements frequently drawn from the social networking
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