Orlando, FL (PRWEB) April 22, 2011
OnHand Schools’ EdInsight System was chosen by The Seminole County Public Schools. OnHand Schools works with schools across Pennsylvania and New Jersey and is eager to begin work immediately with the Seminole County Public School System.
The EdInsight Data Management system will be one of the tools teachers and administrators will be able to use improve student achievement. “Expanding our software solution into Florida is an exciting opportunity for OnHand Schools and we hope the Florida educational community. As School Districts across the country are faced with budget cuts and other challenges, utilizing data to drive student performance while saving the school districts and educators valuable time and money, is key. We believe that our EdInsight system will help Seminole County further improve student achievement,” said Gil Iacono, President of OnHand Schools.
Seminole County School District has approximately 65,000 students and is recognized annually as a high performing school in both state and national rankings. “The evaluation process was a long and necessary course of action to match the school district with the most effective solution. OnHand Schools was able to impress the committee with their powerful software solution and with the ongoing support their professional development team offers. We are anxious to begin working with the OnHand Schools team,” said Kevin Hickling, District Administrator of Assessment & Accountability.
OnHand Schools focuses on providing a integrated teacher-friendly software solution to school districts, known as the EdInsight System. OnHand Schools strongly believes in the power of using data to inform instruction. Detailed and up-to-date student information engages educators in the process of using technology to create lessons that spotlight the most pressing academic needs of each student.