Lumos Learning Admin Portal version 2.2 now available to schools

New Jersey, Piscataway, May 11, 2017

One of the key responsibilities of a School Administrator is to establish a school-wide vision of commitment to high standards and the success of all students. In order to achieve this, many school administrators spend a considerable amount of time and effort in reviewing and monitoring crucial documents. Administrators also need to be able to communicate with teachers and students anytime, anywhere, know the various learning standards and monitor progress.

Lumos Learning Admin portal has been designed to provide useful set of metrics and tools to help the school administrator monitor and improve student achievement.

Lumos Learning Admin Portal version 2.2 with its upgraded dashboard provides infographics on Teacher and Student activity.The next generation administrator dashboard provides a number of critical metrics that includes teacher and student activity, students standards mastery and proficiency levels. Administrators have the opportunity to review the information at the most granular level as well as at the district level. The new reports allow the user to navigate from aggregated schools or district level information to the activity of an individual student. Through this new interface, school administrators such as principals, curriculum directors, testing coordinators, technology coordinators and superintendents can get timely information about assessment readiness of students in their districts.

Additionally, this version also includes enhancements related to filters and navigation.

To learn more about Lumos admin portal, schedule a 15 minute demo and to contact us, click here

About Lumos Learning:

Lumos Learning is a publisher of innovative tools that enhance classroom learning for students in Elementary and Middle Schools. It has developed a learning platform that provides engaging learning resources, rigorous assessments and insightful analytics for students and educators. Using the Lumos Study Programs, parents and teachers can reinforce the classroom learning experience for students and help them succeed on the standardized tests. It was started in 2007 and based in Piscataway, New Jersey.

For more information, Contact:
Alice Moore


Alice Moore