Clifton, NJ – 06/19/2019 – ClassLink announced a strategic partnership with the ESC 11, an intermediary educational agency providing professional development, technical assistance, and management of educational programs to 77 public school districts and 66 charter campuses in the Fort Worth area of North Texas. The ESC 11’s core mission to provide quality solutions that build the capacity of learning communities is at the forefront of their decision to partner with ClassLink.
Keller Independent School District, a K-12 public school located in Keller, Texas has been a satisfied client of ClassLink since January 2018. Joe Griffin, Chief Technology Officer at Keller ISD shared, “We are impressed with the level of support we’ve received from ClassLink. We look forward to the continued partnership and great working relationship between ClassLink and Keller ISD”.
“Through this partnership, the ESC 11 will offer exclusive pricing on an innovative single sign-on solution that eliminates the need for students and teachers to log in to each digital application they use, returning precious instructional time to the classroom.”
— Emily Cain, Director of Instructional Technology
ClassLink offers the following features that will address the technology needs of Texas schools:
ClassLink LaunchPad enables single sign-on access to over 6,000 programs including web, Windows, and Google applications, and instant access to files at school and in the cloud. ClassLink users receive a personalized dashboard showing all of their connected resources and applications in one single view.
ClassLink Roster Server easily and securely delivers class rosters to any publisher using open technology standards.
ClassLink Analytics gives decision makers the usage data they need to make a better-informed decision about the resources they use.
ClassLink OneSync is a comprehensive account provisioning platform designed to streamline the synchronization between student information systems and Microsoft Active Directory, Google Directory and O365/Azure Directories.