duo celebrate after software is a hit in American schools
11th September 2011
A classroom management software solution, developed by two former Nottingham pupils, is enabling huge benefits in schools across the US. Impero, founded by Jonathan Valentine and Lee Tuck, developed the classroom management software package which provides monitoring and management of school IT networks.
The functionality of the product also restricts access to websites and flags up violation alerts when students type inappropriate terms anywhere on the network. As a classroom management software solution, teachers are afforded control over how their students are using devices on the school’s network.