|[August 04, 2014]
Performance Matters Assessment and Data Management System Wins eSchool News Readers' Choice Award
WINTER PARK, Fla. --(Business Wire)--
and data management system has been chosen as a winner of the eSchool
News Readers' Choice Awards. The award honors the best products
and services in educational technology as chosen by readers.
In this year's Readers' Choice Awards program, Performance Matters was
hosen as one of 50 winners from more than 1,300 nominations submitted
by K-12 educators and administrators for hardware, software or online
services in any area of educational technology.
Performance Matters helps school systems improve student learning by
providing an integrated solution for data-driven decision making from
the individual student level to the district level. It correlates
and analyzes performance data from multiple sources, and turns
that data into actionable information to improve instruction and student
learning. Using intuitive, interactive dashboards and color-coded
reports, educators can easily slice and dice data to enhance performance
"We're very appreciative for the support of our customers who nominated
Performance Matters for this award," said Woody Dillaha, CEO and
co-founder of Performance Matters. "We're always trying to stay ahead of
the curve in K-12 education and anticipate what schools and districts
are going to need to achieve success with their students. We're truly
honored to be recognized as one of the top educational technology
products and services that have had the greatest impact in eSchool
News readers' schools."
The eSchool News Readers' Choice Awards appear in the August
issue and online at www.eschoolnews.com.
About Performance Matters
Performance Matters helps K-12 school systems improve student learning
by providing comprehensive, integrated solutions for assessment, data
management and teacher effectiveness. Based in Winter Park, Fla.,
Performance Matters' solutions are used by school districts across the
country. For more information, visit www.performancematters.com
or call (407) 645-1800.
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