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Educators Get Their First Look At New Software

A new piece of software, mCLASS(R) from Wireless Generation enables educators to collect, analyze, report, and apply formative assessment data using Palm handhelds.
A new piece of software, mCLASS(R) from Wireless Generation enables educators to collect, analyze, report, and apply formative assessment data using Palm handhelds.

An easy, fast, effective way to assess K-2 students' developing math skills, mCLASS:Math software was developed by Wireless Generation in collaboration with Dr. Herbert Ginsburg, professor of Psychology and Education at Columbia University's Teachers College and leading researcher on development of mathematical thinking and assessment of cognitive function.

This article appeared on Business Wire on February 7th, 2006.

Published Thursday, Feb. 9, 2006

Educators Get Their First Look At New Software

A new piece of software, mCLASS(R) from Wireless Generation enables educators to collect, analyze, report, and apply formative assessment data using Palm handhelds.

An easy, fast, effective way to assess K-2 students' developing math skills, mCLASS:Math software was developed by Wireless Generation in collaboration with Dr. Herbert Ginsburg, professor of Psychology and Education at Columbia University's Teachers College and leading researcher on development of mathematical thinking and assessment of cognitive function.

This article appeared on Business Wire on February 7th, 2006.

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