LanSchool and Clever Team Up To Simplify Classroom Management

LanSchool and Clever Team Up To Simplify Classroom Management

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Lenovo announced a Preferred Partnership between LanSchool, its classroom management platform, and Clever, the most widely used rostering portal in K–12 schools. This partnership helps remove barriers for teachers, providing them with a solution that saves them valuable instructional time.

The Clever and LanSchool integration will eliminate many of the pain points that teachers and students typically experience when using classroom management software. Setting up and managing software can often be a frustrating and time-consuming process. With over 12 million powered devices, LanSchool has shown success within both shared-device and one-to-one environments by allowing teachers to control learning environments more efficiently.

Through Clever, LanSchool can connect to the student information maintained by the individual school or school district, alleviating the time teachers spend managing class lists. Teachers and administrators within the district will be able to quickly and securely implement student rosters and class lists, and keep track of active, inactive, or transferred accounts.

Currently, over half of U.S. K-12 schools connect on Clever’s platform to expand opportunity and access for their students. Recently named as an award-winning emerging technology by EdTech Digest, LanSchool is a classroom management software that equips teachers with tools to monitor student progress on digital assignments, minimize disruption, enhance student collaboration, and maintain a safe digital learning environment. There are two versions: LanSchool, the original product with a 30+ year history, and LanSchool Air, purpose-built for Chromebooks, which launched in May 2018.

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