Mechanicsburg, PA, August 28, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- For Performance Pathways, improving student performance is a goal without boundaries. As such, the company is moving to expand its presence in Australia with the addition of Curriculum Mapping Solutions, to the Business Agent program.
As part of the program, Curriculum Mapping Solutions is responsible for supplying current and potential TechPaths users in Australia with pedagogical support and technical expertise.
Performance Pathways President and CEO Jeff Colosimo is excited to begin working with the thriving company based out of South Australia.
“Their knowledge in education, technology, and curriculum mapping is second-to-none,” he said.
“They fit perfectly with the highly-trained, highly-motivated staff we currently have in place. Adding the company gives us the opportunity to offer more comprehensive support and service to our customers in Australia.”
The company is headed by Thangaes Waran, a veteran educator who recently retired from teaching after 37 years in the classroom. Through Curriculum Mapping Solutions, he brings first-hand educational and technical knowledge to the Australian educational community.
Waran will be visiting the U.S. in September to complete the Performance Pathways Business Agent Certification Program.
The Business Agent program is designed to provide current and potential customers, in countries outside the U.S., with localized and comprehensive support.
About Performance Pathways, Inc.
Performance Pathways, Inc. is a leading developer and provider of curriculum and assessment solutions for the PreK-12 environment. The Performance Pathways product suite offers three seamlessly integrated applications designed to provide teachers and administrators the data they need to make informed, timely decisions regarding student instruction.
This unique and powerful suite of products includes Performance Tracker, Assessment Builder, and TechPaths, each featuring cutting-edge technology combined with a user-friendly interface. These applications are helping over 700 districts in 49 states (including statewide initiatives in New Hampshire and South Dakota) and several countries worldwide, build a data-informed culture where curriculum and assessment data help educators revise and enhance curriculum based on student needs.