Contact: Linda Murrin
For Immediate release
Common Goal Systems Receives Award of Recognition
Elmhurst, IL (September 21, 2011) – Common Goal Systems, the maker of SchoolInsight and TeacherEase, is pleased to announce that it received the Qualified Zone Academy Bond Partner Award from Rockdale School District 84 in Illinois. The award was presented for helping Rockdale schools offset the cost of technology.
Rockdale School District 84 subscribes to the company's web-based student information system SchoolInsight and TeacherEase gradebook. The system is used to help administrators, teachers, and parents gain real-time access to student information. The district uses the cloud-based program to manage demographics, run custom reports, track lunch, enter grades, create standards-based lesson plans, and more.
"Common Goal is happy to partner with Rockdale schools." says Patrick Helmers, Vice President of Sales for Common Goal Systems. "Our company is committed to helping schools advance education by offering tools that are vital to their success. We thank the Rockdale Board of Education for this honor. "
The Qualified Zone Academy Bond (QZAB) was created by Congress in 1997 as a financial instrument to help schools raise funds. QZABs also encourage schools and businesses to cooperate in innovative ways that expand students' learning opportunities. Contributions to the schools may include goods and services using technology.
Common Goal Systems (www.common-goal.com) provides web-based services to help educators work more efficiently. In addition to core SchoolInsight (www.schoolinsight.com) and TeacherEase (www.teacherease.com) functionality, the company also develops modules for schools: health, discipline, advanced scheduling, and lunch. Using the Software as a Service (SaaS) model, the company offers its products via the Internet and is responsible for all operation and maintenance. Founded in 2001, Common Goal Systems has hundreds of thousands of users worldwide.
- Common Goal Systems, Inc Press Release, September 21, 2011