OVIEDO, FL – August 7, 2009 – InfoSource Learning releases statewide SimpleAssessment results for the state of Texas. SimpleAssessment measures student technology proficiency. Detailed results can be viewed on their website at http://www.SimpleK12.com/texas.
The results reflect the more than 20,000 Texas students took SimpleAssessment for NETS-S 2007 in the spring of the 2008/2009 school year, after taking into account any skill improvement students made during the school year.
SimpleAssessment is a 60 question technology assessment based on the International Society for Technology in Education’s National Educational Technology Standards. More than 1,200 school districts across the country relied on SimpleAssessment to measure more than 1 million students’ technology literacy during the 2008/2009 school year.
The assessment was created with the help from school technology professionals, teachers, and school administrators. InfoSource Learning offers SimpleAssessment free of charge to both public and private school districts, as well as community learning centers, colleges, and universities.
About InfoSource Learning:
For over 25 years, InfoSource Learning has been a leader of custom personalized training solutions for the education, corporate, and government training segments. With engaging, web-based training, the company’s “How to Master” content-rich portfolio of training products is comprised of elements including; PC and Mac applications, professional development skills, soft skills, compliance, and technology integration. In addition to its focus on providing tools for calculating return on investment (ROI), InfoSource Learning also develops and maintains a unique Content Authoring Tool (CAT) and Learning Management System (LMS). To learn more about custom personalized training solutions from InfoSource Learning, call 800-393-3436 or visit http://www.infosourcelearning.com
For additional information or to schedule an interview with the company, please contact Lisa Greathouse at 1-800-393-4636 x221 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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