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Growing Number of K12 Public Schools Select DyKnow Software

Nearly 50 Percent Increase in DyKnow Software Licenses to Public Schools Nationwide

Indianapolis, Ind. - DyKnow, leading provider of education software, today announces its classroom management and instructional software continue to be the top choices for K12 public schools throughout the United States. DyKnow sold nearly 50 percent more licenses to public schools compared to the first eight months of 2009.

“As more schools embrace computers in the classroom, they also see an increased need for monitoring, control and interactive tools like DyKnow,” said David Becker, DyKnow CEO. “We are honored these exemplary public schools have chosen DyKnow as their preferred solution.”

Headquartered in Indianapolis, DyKnow is proud that many of its newest public school customers are Indiana school districts, including:
- Indianapolis Public Schools
- Center Grove Community School Corporation
- Brownsburg Community School Corporation

These three institutions join several other prominent public schools throughout the United State that have selected DyKnow software for monitoring and interaction, including:
- Klein Independent School District in Texas
- Alvarado Independent School District in Texas
- Hawaii Department of Education
- Oxford Community Schools in Michigan
- Peach County Schools in Georgia
- Hopkins Public Schools in Michigan
- School District of Waukesha in Wisconsin
- Northwest Independent School District in Texas
- Tustin Unified School District
- LaRue County Schools in Kentucky

The software is ideal for schools rolling out a large number of computers because of its scalable design which allows hundreds of computers to be monitored without a noticeable impact on bandwidth. Kyle Berger, executive director of technology services at Alvarado Independent School District (AISD), says DyKnow is the only monitoring and interaction software to work in AISD’s wireless environment.

“All of the software we tested failed miserably in our wireless [environment] except for DyKnow,” said Kyle Berger. “It scaled the way we needed it to and it did not eat up bandwidth.”

Learn more about Alvarado ISD’s one-to-one initiative and the school’s experience with DyKnow software at www.DyKnow.com/AlvaradoISD. Learn more about the company by visiting www.DyKnow.com.

ABOUT DYKNOW: DyKnow LLC develops and distributes software allowing educators to manage digital classrooms and interact with students through computers. With DyKnow software, schools no longer need to rely on separate systems to deliver class content, create engaging activities and give students anytime-anywhere access to materials. The software supports monitoring and interaction on desktops, laptops, tablet PCs and netbooks in lab or mobile computing environments. DyKnow LLC is committed to helping teachers feel confident in computer-equipped classrooms.

CONTACT: Katie Hahn, khahn@dyknow.com, 317.275.5894