Introduces Three Resource Directories

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Company Provides Users Built-In K-12 Information Source, a leading education IT services provider, today announced the introduction of three new resource directories for users of its web-based K-12 education system. is the first company to offer this convenience to its customers and audience.

Each web resource delivers articles, a comprehensive directory and message board for K-12 public educators and administrators. The first, About NCLB, brings timely information on the No Child Left Behind Act including resource topics on assessment, student achievement, accountability, and federal and state legislation. The second, Teacher FAQs, includes information on professional organizations and associations, certification, teaching styles, guides, ideas, employment and lesson plans. The third, About K-12 Education, offers information on career benchmarks, recognition, regulations, course materials guidance, teaching effectiveness strategies and other similar topics.

“The new resource directories are one more vehicle in our continued commitment to advancing and supporting ease in accountability, development and compliance for K-12 schools,” states CEO and Founder, Gary W. Griffin, Ph.D. “We’re excited to bring the new resources to life and look forward to launching even more tools going forward.”

All topic-related information is available in one place and updated in real-time. continues to bring teachers and administrators what they need, guide them to relevant products and services and assist with collaborative knowledge share.

About, based in Senoia, GA, strives to utilize the best technologies and build systems that provide solutions that solve K-12 education’s data and information challenges to positively affect the learning experience of all children in the 21st century through Assessment, Achievement and Accountability. accomplishes this by:

· Establishing the processes and procedures that facilitate the creation, presentation and interpretation of information in education.

· Creating, standardizing and maintaining the vehicle that provides access to and use of information.

· Providing everyone (teachers, parents, administrators, and community leaders) involved in the education of a child with the skills and knowledge that will empower them to effectively utilize information in education.

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