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Aerohive Networks today announced StudentManager, a Wi-Fi app for K-12 teachers that adds new features including Student Information System integration, Lesson Planning and CIO-level reporting for classes, schools and districts.
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Aerohive Networks today announced StudentManager, a Wi-Fi app for K-12 teachers that adds new features including Student Information System integration, Lesson Planning and CIO-level reporting for classes, schools and districts. 

StudentManager Features include:

o TeacherView classroom monitoring and management for clients connected to an Aerohive HiveAP
o Extensive Reporting - centralized reporting for detailed classroom content to district-level correlation
o “Follow Me” Functionality - allows a teacher to automatically permit and redirect students to content the teacher is currently viewing
o Lesson Planning - Teachers can plan classes integrated with wireless access. Permits white listing URLs to limit classroom devices to specific HTTP resources during class time.
o Authentication - integrated with Student Information Systems to pull class, student, and teacher information.

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