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Mobile Assessment Software Releases Pro Version

Quick Key Mobile today released its Pro version of its assessment software, a robust mobile app and Web dashboard that offers unlimited mobile scanning for teachers.
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Quick Key Mobile today released its Pro version of its assessment software, a robust mobile app and Web dashboard that offers unlimited mobile scanning for teachers. The app is currently available for iOS devices. Beginning February 15, it will be available for Android devices, and teachers will be able to use the app to align their quiz questions to standards. The redesigned website also enables teachers to add questions, text for answers and images to quizzes.

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BOSTON (Jan. 22, 2015) – The popular mobile assessment software that made tedious and time-consuming hand-grading and data analysis a thing of the past just got better. Quick Key Mobile today released its Pro version, a robust mobile app and Web dashboard that expands upon the features of its beta predecessor and offers unlimited mobile scanning for teachers. Created by a veteran educator who was bound by restrictions of a paper-based classroom, Quick Key Pro helps teachers improve student performance without teaching to the test. 

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