Michigan Districts Choose Student Assessment Solution

LearningStation™ announces the implementation of its flagship product, LearningStation Insight, in two of Michigan’s Intermediate School Districts.
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LearningStation™ announces the implementation of its flagship product, LearningStation Insight, in two of Michigan’s Intermediate School Districts, Mecosta-Osceola ISD (MOSID) and Bay-Arenac ISD (BAISD).

Since implementation, the districts have used the cloud-based, student assessment solution to identify student achievement gaps, respond to the learning needs of their students and to meet the MI State Common Assessment, which is directly tied into their teacher evaluation system.

Karen Roy, Director of General Education for the Mecosta-Osceola ISD comments, “We provide assessments and guidance to five school districts and a charter academy, LearningStation’s Insight provides a solution that is robust and easy to use. Creating assessments and the distribution of scoring and reporting is efficient and effective. We could not be more happy with how it is being put into practice.”

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