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We aim for schools to become less dependent on expensive, outdated learning management systems and textbooks
New school and government initiatives like Common Core require schools to monitor and manage teachers more closely. “We aim for schools to become less dependent on expensive, outdated learning management systems and textbooks,” says Shine. Kornukopia’s LMS platform is secure and scalable and delivers a worldwide footprint with built‐in redundancy. Sophisticated communication infrastructures allow schools to manage open discussions on pupils and help students and teachers stay on the same page. The firm offers a centralized system for information, grades, and new assignments as well as content which is instantly available to students, teachers, and parents. Being device‐agnostic, the LMS platform can be viewed and utilized on desktop computers, tablets, mobile phones, or any device supporting HTML5.
Kornukopia is a student-centric LMS designed for superintendents, principals and technology administrators. The company has gained a foothold in today’s billion-dollar LMS arena, and serves as an education content marketplace and a market consolidator. “Many are surprised to learn that only four percent of potential K‐12 users, students, teachers, administrators and parents actually use an LMS,” says Shine. To this end, Kornukopia maintains a database that holds student information like addresses, ages, parent information, grades, immunizations, and allergies as a single entity—driving the adoption of LMS.
Today, Kornukopia has reached a point where it is investing heavily in education technology and is working with a large number of schools. This growth implies a shift in how schools are incorporating trending technologies into their operations. “We’re very proud that with the advent of international languages capabilities in our service, we are becoming a phenomenon in education content management delivery,” concludes Shine.