“I believe Time To Know’s teacher-led digital solution will change the dialogue about educational technology,” said Srinivasan.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 21, 2011
LaVerne Evans Srinivasan has joined Time To Know as president of its North American division.
Formerly a deputy chancellor for the New York City Department of Education, Srinivasan brings more than 25 years of extensive experience in education, business and law to Time To Know.
“I believe Time To Know’s teacher-led digital solution will change the dialogue about educational technology,” said Srinivasan. “Time To Know is currently experiencing tremendous growth, and I’m excited to help further this momentum into 2012 and beyond.”
While at the New York DOE for almost four years from 2003 to 2006, Srinivasan led an initiative to re-design the Division of Human Resources into a strategic function in service of the district’s human capital strategy, oversaw the creation of a student enrollment planning and operations office, and launched a parent and community engagement initiative.
Most recently, Srinivasan was engaged in the design of a new non-profit educational initiative dedicated to making the U.S. a global leader in education through creating effective change across education systems, policy and practice.
From 2006 to February 2011, Srinivasan was president of New Leaders for New Schools. She also held senior vice president and general counsel posts at BMG Entertainment and began her career in law at Shearman and Sterling in New York.
Srinivasan has served on the boards of numerous educational organizations, including Young Audiences New York, Chappaqua School Foundation, and New Leaders for New Schools.
Srinivasan holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Harvard College and a law degree from Harvard Law School.
About Time To Know
Introduced in Israel in 2007 and launched in the United States in 2009, Time To Know is a complete online teaching and learning solution for one-to-one and high-density computing classrooms. In addition to the Digital Teaching Platform, Time To Know includes comprehensive professional learning to maximize teacher effectiveness and student achievement. Time To Know is implemented in 150 classrooms in Texas and New York and is a part of the New York City’s Innovation Zone (iZone) program. By September 2011, Time To Know will offer digital curriculum for grades 4-5 math and English Language Arts, aligned to the Common Core Standards. In addition, Time To Know pilots are underway in Singapore, with 400 third grade students using its math program. For more information, please visit http://www.timetoknow.com or call 888.559.6560. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.