MESA, Ariz., Feb. 9, 2016 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Edupoint(R) Educational Systems – a leading student information and learning management solutions provider for the K-12 market, has seen rapid adoption of Synergy(R) Learning Management solutions across the nation, including a recent implementation of the LessonVUE Curriculum Management solution by Federal Way Public Schools (FWPS). FWPS is a district supporting over 22,000 students in Washington state. District educators have benefitted from the fully integrated Synergy student and learning management solution that centralizes and organizes curriculum, content and assessments, and connects everything within a robust gradebook that enables teachers to do all their work in a single location with a single login.
Federal Way Public Schools (FWPS) is one of few districts in the country applying standards-based curricula across all K-12 grade levels. Their ambitious program required an efficient yet robust solution that would serve as a one-stop teaching and learning management platform. As part of the Synergy(R) Education Platform, and fully integrated with the Synergy(R) Student Information System (SIS) already in use district-wide, LessonVUE presents the same intuitive user interface that district teachers already utilize on a daily basis. This ease of use facilitated rapid user adoption, while its easily searchable curriculum content repository, gradebook integration, customizable curriculum maps, and powerful analytics provide real-time insights to support teachers in personalizing instruction and tracking mastery of standards.
“Implementing a standards-based curriculum can be a daunting task,” explains Ron Mayberry, Executive Director of ITS for Federal Way Public Schools, “and Synergy LessonVUE has proven to be an invaluable resource to help us achieve this. Its tight integration with all the components of the Synergy Education Platform eliminates redundant data entry tasks, and the centralized, standards-aligned curriculum repository stores districtwide curriculum elements while helping teachers easily find and use the best lesson plans and resources for every student.”
“We are solving the complex integration problems that most districts are facing as it relates to SIS and LMS data, while providing our clients with robust access to information to help them improve student outcomes,” says Rob Wilson, Edupoint’s President and Chief Innovation Officer. “The successful adoption of LessonVUE at Federal Way Public Schools is exciting to see. We look forward to the continued growth of our Synergy LMS suite in 2016.”
About Edupoint Educational Systems:
For more than thirty years, the leadership of Edupoint Educational Systems has provided well designed, technologically advanced student data management systems that empower all K-12 stakeholders with the tools they need to improve student achievement. The Synergy(R) Education Platform is a suite of integrated solutions that includes Synergy(R) SIS, the most powerful K-12 student information system available today, Synergy(R) LMS, an all-in-one learning and assessment platform, and Synergy(R) Special Education, a comprehensive special education data management system.
More than a data management tool, Synergy is a collaborative environment that facilitates improved communication between educators, administrators, parents and students resulting in better instructional decisions at all levels. To learn why thousands of schools across the country use the Synergy Education Platform to manage more than 3.5 million students, visit http://www.Edupoint.com/ .
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