“Our work with CrisisGo is an excellent example of how technology’s value to schools can extend well beyond the world of learning applications,” said Dan Carroll, co-founder and chief product officer at Clever.
ST LOUIS, MO (PRWEB) December 01, 2015
CrisisGo, a mobile emergency response system built specifically for the k12 industry announced today that it has partnered with Clever to help districts get their emergency plans out of their three-ring binders and onto everyone’s mobile devices.
CrisisGo is an American emergency response network company headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. CrisisGo is currently being used in over 30 states across the country and is quickly gaining mass adoption. CrisisGo is changing how school districts respond to crisis by giving them the mobile tools necessary to practice drills within their daily environment, to know exactly what to do during any emergency and to empower everyone by allowing them to continuously communicate as a crisis unfolds.
Clever is a key element to saving even more precious minutes and seconds during an emergency. Its service makes it easy for districts and schools to use technology in their classrooms by automating and securing the way software applications maintain accurate student roster information like name, class, teacher and grade level. Which students are in which classrooms can change on a daily basis, and is critical information in an emergency.
“Teachers and administrators interact with CrisisGo every day. It’s important to us that they can use our platform for direct and easy access of their daily class rosters and emergency contact information. With the class roster, teachers can identify what child is present and who is missing. They can also reunite students with their parents after a crisis using CrisisGo’s reunification feature.” said Rebecca Renshaw, director of Marketing for CrisisGo. “Clever is the vital bridge that allows us to do that so our teachers and administrators have a seamless entry into accessing such critical information.”
More than one-third of K-12 schools in the U.S. have adopted Clever’s technology to deploy learning apps in their classrooms while securing their student data. In partnering with Clever, CrisisGo can provide even higher levels of service for its district and school customers and can provide Clever’s user base of more than 44,000 schools a critical piece of school safety technology.
“Our work with CrisisGo is an excellent example of how technology’s value to schools can extend well beyond the world of learning applications,” said Dan Carroll, co-founder and chief product officer at Clever. “We’re proud that the same Clever technology that ensures each student has the correct math or reading app can be used as effectively to provide instant and accurate information during emergencies when schools need it most.”
More information on school districts working with Clever can be found at https://clever.com/schools.
CrisisGo is a mobile group communication tool that revolutionizes mobile emergency management systems. CEO Jim Spicuzza, Co-Founder of SchoolCenter, CTO Songwei Ma, of ZTE and Bell Labs have joined together to develop a mobile emergency system to help keep people safe, everywhere. CrisisGo is the only multi-role mobile crisis toolset in the world. Currently, CrisisGo is in over 30 states and is being rapidly adopted throughout the United States. For more information on CrisisGo, visit http://www.crisisgo.com.
Clever was founded in 2012 by educators and technologists who knew that widely available educational apps could improve both teaching and learning, but that tools to deploy and secure the applications were simply unavailable. Today, more than 44,000 K-12 schools in the U.S. trust clever to secure their student data as they adopt learning apps in the classroom. For more information on Clever, visit https://clever.com.