SAS inSchool says that its new Internet subscription service will be available for the 2002-2003 school year.

SAS inSchool offers multimedia instructional software, value-added assessment and research services and educator learning and support services. The new structure employs award-winning multimedia and is linked to a teacher planning environment for the core high school topics: English, mathematics, science, social studies, and Spanish.

“This new structure responds to feedback from schools over the past two years,” Barbara Pendergrass, SAS inSchool associate director, said in a statement.

Pendergrass said content is more focused, so teachers and students can readily use and apply it. Multimedia InterActivities are carefully integrated and linked to standards, lessons, and web resources, she added, and the Internet subscription lets teachers and students work from school, home, the library, or wherever they can connect.

“We haven’t just taken our existing products and put them on the Internet,” Pendergrass said. “We’ve redesigned them with the schools’ Internet access in mind.”

SAS inSchool won the 2000 and 2001 Technology and Learning Award of Excellence and was listed among Technology and Learning’s Top Three Software Programs for 2001.

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