Lenovo’s classroom management solution, LanSchool has reported a partnership with Bark Technologies to improve their existing safety and remote learning offerings to U.S. schools. LanSchool has been committed to increasing student safety for over thirty years. This partnership will strengthen LanSchool’s commitment to safety by providing free access to Bark’s account monitoring tools which include a new market Image Removal tool value at USD 2 per student. Additionally, LanSchool will be donating complimentary licenses of LanSchool Air, its cloud hosted product to schools in North America. Over USD 1 Million in licenses have been donated to support the education community during the coronavirus pandemic.
“At LanSchool, we create smarter technology for educators and believe online safety should be a priority,” says Coby Gurr, General Manager, Lenovo Software. “In this climate, students are spending more time than ever online and we’re committed to keeping them as safe as we can. That’s why we partnered with Bark, another industry-leading solution, to further expand our safety offering and provide their ground-breaking Image Removal feature at no cost to our customers.”
“We are proud to partner with LanSchool to help create a safer digital space for kids both in schools and at home,” says Bark Founder and CEO, Brian Bason. “Our mission is to provide smarter technology for all, including devices that provide added security and software that helps improve student success,” says Rich Henderson, Lenovo’s Director of Global Education Solutions. “Bark’s technology is a true complement to our classroom management tools, enhancing LanSchool’s safety offerings. Our joint commitment to safety continues to transform edtech and plays an important role in better protecting students.”
Written by Danny Abramov.
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