Her educational background, knowledge of South Carolina public education, and coordination and management experience make her a perfect fit for our company.
Columbia, SC (PRWEB) May 20, 2011
Interactive Achievement, a leader in creating top-quality student assessment software for school districts, has named Donna Manning as state manager for South Carolina.
Manning, a veteran educator with broad expertise in South Carolina public education as well as communication and marketing, will lead the company’s expansion in the state.
Manning, a former science teacher and school administrator, joins Interactive Achievement from the South Carolina Department of Education, where she worked with principals and district coordinators throughout the state as education associate for various programs, including High Schools That Work (HSTW), Making Middle Grades Work (MMGW) and Career and Technology Centers That Work (CTCTW).
“The growing Interactive Achievement family is delighted to welcome Donna to our team,” said Jonathan Hagmaier, the company’s CEO. “Her educational background, knowledge of South Carolina public education, and coordination and management experience make her a perfect fit for our company. We look forward to introducing South Carolina educators to creative new ways to track student progress and potential."
Manning has taught at Lower Richland and Spring Valley high schools in Columbia, S.C., and served as Magnet Program Director at Dent Middle School in Columbia. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of South Carolina and is pursuing a master’s degree in education from the University of Nebraska.
About Interactive Achievement
Interactive Achievement of Roanoke, Va., employs current and former educators to create high-quality student assessment software for school districts in response to the overwhelming need for better benchmark assessment tools. Interactive Achievement’s fully integrated Standards-based testing system gives educators accurate formative and interim assessments of student performance throughout the school year so students can be better prepared for the end-of-year testing, raising the bar for statewide exams. Interactive Achievement has demonstrated its value in 81 school districts in Virginia and North Carolina, with more than 239,000 students having answered more than 138 million questions on nearly 5 million tests. To learn more, please visit http://www.interactiveachievement.com.
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