St. Petersburg, FL (PRWEB) September 08, 2015
During its first eight months of operation, Kornukopia, a free, cloud-based SaaS learning management system has reached a company milestone and is now working with 200 schools. This growth implies a shift in the trend of how schools are incorporating trending technology into their operations.
“We created Kornukopia as frustrated parents seeking a better way to interact with our child’s school,” said John Shine, Kornukopia President, “We’re very proud to have reached the 200-school mark. Our product is solving a problem in today’s school environment and our fast-paced growth proves that traditional technology is being phased out.”
Kornukopia offers school communities simple and easy-to-use tools to manage grades, calendars, attendance and more, all online. Because Kornukopia is device-neutral, it can be viewed and utilized on desktop computers, tablets, mobile phones, or any device supporting HTML-5. The complete learning management system allows schools to easily integrate Kornukopia into their schools without needing expensive equipment or additional IT staff. Implementation takes minutes, and seamless integration with common core standards allows teachers to easily track milestones and goals.
As the company grows, ancillary learning content will be provided to users that choose to purchase it. At its core, Kornukopia is a service created for schools to become less dependent upon expensive, outdated learning management systems and textbooks.
For more information about Kornukopia’s capabilities or technical details, contact John Shine at (727) 365-6112 or via email at John.Shine(at)kornukopia(dot)com.
Kornukopia is the world’s first full-spectrum, free learning management system. The service helps schools create a virtual learning environment, and teachers and administrators can manage grades, events, calendars, homework, attendance, discipline, and create school-specific social networks. Offered to schools free of charge, Kornukopia is a new way of managing classrooms, groups and students for schools throughout the globe.