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Crowley Independent School District System Selects Blackboard

Texas-based Crowley Independent School District (ISD) has selected Blackboard  following a competitive review, the company announced today.
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Texas-based Crowley Independent School District (ISD) has selected Blackboardfollowing a competitive review, the company announced today.

Crowley ISD officials selected Blackboard to provide a unified platform across Crowley’s 23 campuses and more than 15,000 students. The learning environment, which interoperates with the district’s student information system, allows teachers and students to deliver digital content and communicate with one another from a connected K-12 learning platform.

As the latest school district to adopt Blackboard’s Competency Learning Solution, Crowley ISD will implement Blackboard’s learning management system, digital content library, mobile learning capabilities and professional services.

For more information about Blackboard, visit www.blackboard.com.

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