CLIFTON, NJ, November 2, 2009—ClassLink is pleased to announce that NYC iSchool has selected ClassLink’s award-winning LaunchPad as its virtual desktop solution. LaunchPad provides NYC iSchool teachers and students 24/7 anywhere access to their personalized desktop including all of their software and files. ClassLink, creator of multiple industry leading educational technology products, and the innovative NYC iSchool are excited to be partners in creating a new 21st century technology-enriched learning environment for NYC students.
NYC iSchool is a model program developed through a special initiative from the NYC Chancellor’s office. It is a nurturing high school that offers a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum with a focus on interdisciplinary study of real-world problems, individualized learning, and on-line coursework. Technology is infused into and believed to be an important aspect of every content area and facilitates the individualized programming and on-line work. NYC iSchool selected ClassLink’s LaunchPad to both expand and enhance their students’ technology experience.
Founded in 1998, ClassLink’s mission is to empower educators to improve learning through innovative systems and services. ClassLink solutions provide administrators tracking and usage information to allow for informed decision making which lowers the overall cost of technology.
ClassLink LaunchPad™delivers 24/7 access to a school’s full array of instructional software resources from any computer in the school, community and from home. ClassLink Inquiry™provides administrators with comprehensive and customizable real-time software and hardware utilization reports. With an extreme commitment toward customer satisfaction, ClassLink continually partners with its customers. ClassLink ClassMate™is the only student administration and curriculum management software designed for Career and Technical Education.
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