General ASP Partners with Education Week's TopSchoolJobs.org to Provide Recruiters Easy Access to Premier K-12 Audience

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New partnership to make recruiting from Education Week's TopSchoolJobs.org easier and more cost-effective for AppliTrack school districts.

It makes perfect sense for General ASP to partner with TopSchoolJobs.org as the recruitment goals of our respective and mutual customers are the same. This seamless integration will save our users time and money while providing incomparable exposure for their vacancies on a national level

General ASP, the company behind AppliTrack, the leading web-based applicant tracking and recruiting solution in the education market, today announced a new partnership with TopSchoolJobs.org, the premier recruitment solution from the publisher of Education Week and edweek.org. TopSchoolJobs.org provides K-12 recruiters access to Education Week's premier audience of talented education professionals.

The partnership will simplify recruitment processes for more than one thousand school districts across the country that use AppliTrack by providing job posting delivery between AppliTrack and TopSchoolJobs.org. Recruiters will easily post jobs via the AppliTrack interface directly to TopSchoolJobs.org and to Education Week's Recruitment Marketplace, gaining access to the gold standard audience for K-12 recruitment. Ultimately, K-12 talent acquisition will become easier and more cost-effective for AppliTrack clients. AppliTrack is the first web-based applicant tracking system to offer a seamless integration with TopSchoolJobs.org.

"It makes perfect sense for General ASP to partner with TopSchoolJobs.org as the recruitment goals of our respective and mutual customers are the same. This seamless integration will save our users time and money while providing incomparable exposure for their vacancies on a national level," said Abe Reese, President and Founder of General ASP.

"Our partnership with General ASP will advance our ongoing commitment to improving the quality and efficiency of education recruitment. This functionality will help school districts recruit top candidates--including superintendents, administrators, and teachers--from our readership of more than one million education professionals," said Virginia B. Edwards, Editor of Education Week and President of Editorial Projects in Education, the non-profit company that publishes TopSchoolJobs.org.

About General ASP:
General ASP is a technology company built by education and sustained through innovation. Founded in 1998 by Abe Reese, General ASP has been designing web-based software that is easy-to-use and completely affordable. Their flagship product, AppliTrack, is a web-based applicant tracking system. AppliTrack's companion website, the national education job board, K12JobSpot, provides AppliTrack users with the ability to advertise job postings at no additional expense to the district. Currently being used in over 975 school districts throughout 35 states in the United States, General ASP has proven to be a leader in the educational technology market.

About TopSchoolJobs.org:
TopSchoolJobs.org, the premier career resource in education, enables professionals across education fields to advance their careers. Recruiters, including school districts, private schools, not-for-profits, and international agencies, find top candidates at TopSchoolJobs.org by targeting our more than one million registered users of edweek.org and nearly 175,000 Education Week readers.

Education Week is American education's newspaper of record, delivering comprehensive and unbiased coverage of the week's most important K-12 news--including district actions, decisionmaker interviews, policy developments, and the latest advances in technology, instruction, curriculum and school finance.

edweek.org is the leading online source for daily coverage of K-12 news and analysis, serving more than one million registered users. More than an online edition of Education Week, the site delivers breaking news, original, online-only content, research tools, interactive blogs, expert chats, and webinars that help educators do their jobs well.

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