Barrington, NH (PRWEB) December 09, 2011
Computer Resources LLC, a long-time developer of K-12 student information system software, is pleased to announce that their flagship software, MMS Generations, with its integrated Teacher Grade Book, now facilitates the tracking and analysis of state or school-defined standards as a measure of a student’s competency in any given subject.
Students of yesteryear brought home report cards displaying a range of grades from A to F to demonstrate their knowledge. Today’s 21st century learners are held to a more precise standard.
Standards are definitions of skills that students must master in a given subject area. The skills and expected degree of mastery varies from grade level to grade level. Because standards measure specific skills, standards grades provide administrators, teachers, students, and parents with a more detailed picture of a student's strengths and weaknesses than the traditional overall average grade for a subject. Standards tracking is part of a growing trend in education, where the analysis of data generated within the classroom is a key element in measuring and demonstrating success for students and teachers alike. MMS now makes it easy to link specific standards with courses and assignments, automatically average standards grades using widely accepted methods (including Power Law), generate standards-based report cards, and more.
About Computer Resources
More than 30 years of service to the educational community, coupled with its powerful, flexible, customer-driven products and services, has made Computer Resources a leader in school management software. Now in its fifth generation, the company’s MMS For Schools software suite has grown and developed based largely upon feedback and requests from the school administrators and staff who use it daily.
MMS is used by public schools and districts of all sizes, and by Charter schools, faith-based schools and private and independent schools across the country. The company’s team of dedicated professionals includes former educators, as well as technical specialists and others who understand how schools work and how to make that work easier. For more information: