LearningStation Adds Chuck Amos to its Board of Directors

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Monday, March 18, 2013

LearningStation™, a leading provider of customizable K12 student assessment software is thrilled to announce the addition of Mr. Chuck Amos, a true leader in Educational Technology, to its 2013-2014 Board of Directors.

Amos, a proven industry executive, brings more than two decades of experience working with Educational Technology to the table, and currently serves as CEO of Minnesota based GuideK12. Amos began his career in the Ed Tech world with Apple, serving as the Central US Education Regional Manager, from there went to serve as CEO of Atomic Learning. Under his leadership, Atomic Learning grew to become the world’s leading provider of web-based software training. Between his tenure at Atomic Learning and his current role as CEO of GuideK12, Amos worked with tech companies in a consulting role, allowing him to support many up and coming technologies within the education marketplace.

“It is a great honor to sit on the board of a company such as LearningStation,” comments Chuck Amos. He continues, “As important as high-stakes testing and assessment are, and will continue to be, I look forward to being involved with Jim Kirchner and his team in providing the best solution to the challenging questions facing districts today. The move to 100% online testing and assessment are coming, and LearningStation is positioned to provide the highest quality solution, it is for that reason, among others I am so thrilled to accept this invitation.”

“Chuck has an exemplary track record of driving technological innovation, strategic market growth, and developing key customer relationships while building and retaining strong management teams, in the education market place,” stated Jim Kirchner, LearningStation CEO. He adds, “Chuck is known in the education marketplace as having a high degree of leadership ability, and as a result, the addition of his vision for the future of LearningStation’s solutions will be invaluable to my team.”

Throughout Amos’ career he has been involved in creating a variety of programs serving the needs of education including; statewide implementations of programs, professional development offerings, school networking, technology planning and implementation, education technology initiatives at the local, state and national level. He has also been actively involved in national education policy with organizations including ISTE, CoSN, SIIA, SETDA and others.

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About LearningStation:

Since 1996, LearningStation has provided the K-12 education marketplace with custom, relevant and easy-to-use resources for assessment, data tracking, item authoring and more. As important as their solutions, customer service and satisfaction is of the utmost priority, and is at the heart of the LearningStation company culture.