Impero Software Releases New Cloud-based Device Monitoring and Management Solutions for Education

New Impero Education Pro cloud series includes an enhanced web-based interface for intuitive, simple navigation

Austin, TX, Jan. 22 2019 – Impero Software, a specialist provider of student safety and device monitoring and management solutions, announces the upcoming launch of a new cloud-based product portfolio comprised of three core modules - EdTeach, EdProtect and EdAdmin. This new cloud version of Impero Education Pro (version C1.1), available on a SaaS basis, includes an enhanced web interface to provide schools with intuitive, simple navigation.

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Impero Software Brings New Tool to Support Student Safety to U.S. Schools

Impero EdAware allows schools to record and analyze multiple types of student safety and wellness information to identify early warning signs

Austin, TX, Jan. 8, 2019 – Impero Software, a specialist provider of remote monitoring and management software for education, introduces Impero EdAware, a new next-generation digital safeguarding system to provide schools with a holistic view of students’ wellbeing and potential safety concerns.

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Vernier Software & Technology Now Accepting Applications for the 2019 Engineering Contest

Middle school, high school, and college educators encouraged to apply for chance to win the $5,500 prize 

BEAVERTON, Oregon, January 8, 2019 — Vernier Software & Technology is accepting applications for its 2019 Engineering Contest. This annual contest recognizes one middle school, high school, or college educator with a prize valued at $5,500 for innovatively using Vernier technology to introduce engineering concepts or practices to their students. 

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Ohio Department of Education Approves Curriculum Associates’ i-Ready® Diagnostic to Identify Gifted Students in Grades 2–8

NORTH BILLERICA, Mass., December 19, 2018—The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) approved Curriculum Associates’ i-Ready® Diagnostic for the identification of gifted students in Grades 2–8. The award-winning i-Ready Diagnostic is part of the i-Ready online diagnostic and instructional program, which has more than six million users nationwide.

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Impero Software Partners with the Southwest Educational Development Center in Utah

Center will offer Impero Education Pro to schools throughout southwest Utah

Austin, TX, Dec. 18, 2018 – The Southwest Educational Development Center in Utah has partnered with Impero Software, a specialist provider of remote monitoring and management software for education, to bring Impero’s flagship product, Impero Education Pro, to schools throughout Southwest Utah.

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Taproot Learning Partners with Aperture Education to Add a Social Emotional Learning Assessment to its Online Curriculum

Aperture’s SEL screener, the DESSA-mini, will be integrated into Taproot Learning’s Camp Timber curriculum to measure students’ SEL skills

 Charlotte N.C. (Dec. 17, 2018) — Online SEL curriculum provider Taproot Learning has partnered with Aperture Education to add Aperture’s social-emotional learning (SEL) screener to its Camp Timber curriculum suite.  The partnership allows teachers who are using Camp Timber to easily screen students for SEL competence using Aperture’s universal SEL screener, the DESSA-mini.

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Classrooms Win First-Ever Powered Paper Airplane Challenge

Students used their creativity, problem-solving skills, and knowledge of aeronautics to create powered paper airplanes 

(TEL AVIV, Israel) December 12, 2018 – To take traditional paper airplane lessons to new heights, students across the country participated in the first-ever POWERUP Toys Powered Paper Airplane Challenge. The Challenge required students to fold and test powered paper airplanes built from a simple sheet of paper and powered by a POWERUP 2.0 Free Flight motor, which helped them learn about aeronautics, engineering, physics, and design. 

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National School Climate Center Releases Two New Reports to Support School Climate Improvement

Reports showcase best practices from school districts and insight from thought leaders

 New York (Dec. 12, 2018) — The National School Climate Center (NSCC) today released two powerful reports that provide real-world examples from schools and insight from thought leaders to support and drive school climate improvements.

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Epson Named a Finalist in the 2018 Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence

Epson BrightLink Ultra Short-Throw Interactive Displays Transform Virtually Any Flat Surface in the Classroom into a Bright 100-Inch Interactive Learning Space

LONG BEACH, Calif. – Dec. 11, 2018 – Epson, the number-one selling projector brand worldwide1, has been selected as a finalist in the 2018 Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence. The BrightLink® ultra short-throw interactive display was one of 10 education technology products recognized specifically for their unique use in schools. An additional 20 products were finalists for their use in classrooms and districts. The winners will be announced at a special reception at TCEA 2019 in San Antonio, Texas. To view the entire list of this year’s finalists, visit Techlearning.com.

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Impero Software Launches New Tool to Protect School Networks from Internal Threats

With new Hacking and Cybercrime Keyword Library schools receive alerts if students type words that could indicate hacking attempts

Austin, TX, Dec. 3, 2018 – Cybersecurity is a growing area of interest for school districts as they try to keep student information safe and protect their networks. To help districts detect threats from within, Impero Software, providers of remote monitoring and management software for education, has created a new keyword library specific to hacking and cybercrime.

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