Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) August 01, 2014
Jupiter Ed a leading provider of gradebook, LMS, data analytics and SIS solutions, announced that eSchool News awarded the company's Jupiter iO solution, their 2014 Readers' Choice Award.
The Readers' Choice Awards recognize outstanding educational technology products and services, as indicated by nearly 1,300 educators and readers of eCampusNews.com, and eClassroomNews.com.
Jupiter iO is a cloud-based all-in-one gradebook, LMS, data analytics, and SIS solution, currently serving schools in 49 states, totaling 3.4 million students. “August marks our company's 10th anniversary of providing our solutions to the education market,” said Jackie Deluna, Vice President of Marketing & Business Development. “I cannot think of a better gift than to be recognized and honored by our customers and the readers of eSchool News.”
Educators themselves nominate their favorite products and services, by explaining how they're using their nominated products to improve teaching, learning, and/or school administration—and to what effect.
From The eSchoolNews.com Reader's Choice Awards:
I use Jupiter Ed as an electronic gradebook, but it has so much more to offer than just keeping track of student grades,” said Dianna Talbott, a teacher at Sweetwater Union High School in California. “I create online quizzes for students to take on their iPads or on a computer. The students love the instant feedback, and I love the ease of entering in the new scores with just a couple of clicks. Also, the email feature is a great way for me to send messages to one or many of my students. In addition, I can send messages to parents to keep them informed about upcoming projects. Students can keep track of their assignments, and so can their parents. This is truly a great product that can benefit all educators!”
The result is a collection of ed-tech products that educational colleagues nationwide have found to be effective in improving education. Award results for the "fifty ed-tech products and services that are making a difference in schools" are available at eSchoolNews.com/rca/.
About Jupiter Ed
Jupiter Ed develops web solutions to help schools teach more effectively and run more efficiently. Jupiter Ed was founded in 2004 by David Hundsness, a former school teacher in Silicon Valley. The company now has employees in 6 states, and serves 3.4 million students in 49 states.
Jupiter Ed, the Jupiter Ed logo, and the marks relating to Jupiter Ed products and services referenced herein are either trademarks or property of Jupiter Ed.