|By Marketwired .||
|July 22, 2014 09:15 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - July 22, 2014) - Nsoma and its strategic partner, Open School EduTech Corporation, announces that the Boys and Girls Club of Queens, New York selects "Open School" as the exclusive online portfolio for their summer student program.
"Open School has the capabilities we need to support student projects, standards and learning progress that are critical to our funding strategy," states Blair Trunzo, Executive Director, Variety Boys & Girls Club of Queens. He further states, "Using projects in our programs and tracking associated standards and measurement is new for us. 'Open School' has an easy-to-use interface and great customer service that supports our staff's efforts with project rollout. We've realized 'Open School' is also an effective way for administrators at the Boys & Girls Club to gain a view into student learning during the day without disrupting our instructors and gives us the ability to communicate more regularly with parents who are able to log into the interface as well. For us, 'Open School' is an online portfolio with capabilities far beyond other portfolio products currently in the market."
Steve Zimmerman, Director of the Open School Project and co-creator of the online portfolio product, states, "Schools and universities see the benefit of using our online portfolio for creating projects and tracking student progress during the school year. The Boys and Girls Club of Queens summer program and other after school programs are providing opportunities for students to learn outside of the school day. They want the ability to track student learning and measure progress over the course of their programs."
The management teams at both Nasoma and Open School EduTech Corporation are excited about "Variety Boys and Girls Club of Queen's" choosing to use "Open Schools" as its exclusive online portfolio.
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