Calvert School Education Services Selects Arbortext to Publish Curriculum.
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Arbortext, the leading global provider of automated publishing software, today announced that Calvert School Calvert School is a kindergarten through 8th grade co-ed school for students in Baltimore, Maryland. The school uses a unique curriculum and has a homeschooling division which administers the curriculum shipped to families around the country and all over the world. Education Services has selected its software to create and deliver customized lessons, workbooks and other materials to students, educators, parents and administrators. As a result, Calvert expects to expand course and service offerings.
Using Arbortext software as the foundation, Calvert School is planning to create a Student Information System (SIS). Expected to be operational later this year, the SIS will enhance the students' academic experience by providing online access to complement Calvert's curriculum.
"We are excited to work with Arbortext and believe their demonstrated expertise in automated publishing will quickly improve Calvert School's operations," said Jean C. Halle, President of Calvert School Education Services, which provides curriculum to homeschools, charter schools, cyber schools and other educational institutions. "The new systems will allow Calvert to expand the course and service offerings we provide."
"Arbortext is pleased to be working with Calvert. When students, educators and parents are able to support each child's unique strengths, that child's academic experience is more rewarding," said Raymond Schiavone, President and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. for Arbortext. "Arbortext's ability to automate the process of assembling and publishing content makes our software especially useful to school systems that must publish fresh and accurate educational materials to a number of audiences with varying needs. We look forward to working with Calvert as they continue to enhance their comprehensive education services offerings."
About Calvert School
Since 1906, Calvert School, a not-for-profit organization located in Baltimore City, Maryland, has been providing students from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade with a complete, integrated, and accredited accredited
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cattle herds which have achieved a low level of reactors to, e.g. curriculum that leaves no gaps in instruction. Calvert's detailed, step-by-step lessons are based on Calvert School's classroom instruction. The time-tested Calvert program inspires children to reach their full academic potential and helps parents be effective home teachers. In addition to the Calvert home schooling home schooling, the practice of teaching children in the home as an alternative to attending public or private elementary or high school. In most cases, one or both of the children's parents serve as the teachers. program, Calvert's lessons have been employed successfully in classroom settings throughout the world for more than 60 years. During the last decade, more than 186,000 students have used the Calvert School program.
Arbortext is the leading global provider of automated publishing software that enables organizations to provide more personalized, dynamic and easily searchable content for Web, mobile and print usage. Arbortext's software is installed at over 1,400 organizations worldwide.
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