May 10, 2006

South Carolina Partners With eSchoolware To Provide Online Registration Technology for Professional Development and Virtual Schools

Company Release

DANIEL ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA (May 10, 2006)- eSchoolware, Inc. today announced that it is partnering with the South Carolina Department of Education, Office of Technology to provide online registration technology tools for teacher professional development and a student virtual school pilot program during the 2006-2007 school year.

"eSchoolware's technology suite, will be used by South Carolina teachers to register for online professional development and will enable South Carolina to jump-start its virtual school pilot program by quickly providing student access to online courses by the end of this year," said Lenna Ruth Macdonald, CEO of eSchoolware. "Online access to virtual courses is a powerful tool for education and will positively affect the state's graduation rate - initially remedial courses will be offered to struggling students that might not otherwise be available to students."

"We are pleased to partner with the Office of Technology as the office seeks to improve educational outcomes in South Carolina by providing innovative proficiency and online registration tools to South Carolina schools," said Elaina Ezelle, President & Founder of eSchoolware. "The eSchoolware technology suite allows for specific courses to be assigned to students and teachers based on their assessed skill level - it supports an individual learning plan for each student."

eSchoolware is a leading provider of online technology tools for the K12 Education marketplace. The company's suite of solutions includes a Proficiency Manager - incorporating standards-based assessments and creating individualized development plans for each user, an eLearning Manager - to allow for online course registration by teachers and students, an ePortfolio Platform - to capture documents and visual media demonstrating acquired skills and can be used to build individual graduation plans, and an eReporting System - to aggregate, analyze and present data (performance-based assessments, demographic, standardized test scores and other information) with easy to use report writing features.


Lenna MacDonald
Chief Executive Officer

Elaina Ezelle
President & Founder