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Your Guide To Choosing a Learning Management System It takes thoughtful deliberation and evaluation to choose a learning management system (LMS) that will meet your school district's needs today and for years to come. According to a Gartner study, "by year-end 2025, 90% of U.S. public school districts will leverage a combination of in-person & digital remote learning for regular and ongoing instruction." With the LMS at the center of a modern educational ecosystem, it's vital that the system serves as the foundation for teaching and learning and allows districts to plan, innovate, and scale as education evolves. Ultimately, your LMS should provide educators with the right tools to ensure a rich, personal learning experience for all students while keeping teachers, students, administrators, and families engaged, connected, and communicating. An LMS evaluation gives districts the opportunity to reflect on how their initiatives and goals intersect with LMS offerings and whether the system can grow, scale, and meet the needs of its entire learning community. Here are six considerations when evaluating the right solution for your district's student, teacher, administrative, and technology needs. 1. Reimagine Teaching and Learning, and What Tech Can Do For Your Classroom 2. Support All Learners 3. Empower Educators To Focus On What Matters Most — Their Students 4. Seek Seamless Integration 5. Demand Security, Accessibility, Reliability, And Scalability 6. Choose A Partner, Not a Vendor Key Considerations When Choosing a Learning Management System 6

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