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ISTE11 NEWS: Networking, education companies partner

Aerohive Networks today announced that it has formed a partnership with Pearson.
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Aerohive Networks today announced that it has formed a partnership with Pearson. Also, announced today, Aerohive’s Wi-Fi platform enabled classroom management application, StudentManager, will be integrated with Pearson’s PowerSchool SIS solution, allowing teachers to monitor student Wi-Fi activity in classrooms and control what web content students can access during class time.

PowerSchool supports a wide range of implementations, including schools as small as 25 students, districts as large as 80,000 students and statewide deployments.

Aerohive’s StudentManager application is a monitoring and reporting system for school districts that use Aerohive HiveAPs for wireless access and is designed to provide a school district with a single solution to monitor and track wireless client use in schools. 

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