"Class Server 4.0 will provide our school community with a one-stop solution, bringing locally developed resources and commercially available resources together to enhance our focus on meeting the needs of each of our students using the best of technology for communication and learning," said Belinda Moss, instructional technology coordinator for Williamson County Schools. Continue At SourceSee also: Class Server 4.0 Coming February 2005
Microsoft Class Server 4.0, available in February 2005, builds on the foundation of Microsoft Class Server 3.0. The new Class Server includes a richer set of tools that technology providers and customers can use to customize their assignment workflow solutions. Today at the Florida Education Technology Conference, Microsoft Corp. announced Microsoft® Class Server 4.0, the newest release of the company's premier learning management platform for grades K--12. By helping teachers create, deliver and grade standards-aligned assessments and lessons over the Web, Class Server allows K--12 school districts and their teachers to easily track, analyze and improve student achievement against local curriculum standards in accordance with requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001.