This article originally appeared in the 06/01/2002 issue of THE Journal.
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The learning management system (LMS) has evolved from its early days as a classroom tool that disseminates information to students into a school- or district-wide solution that facilitates learning, communication, and collaboration amongst everyone in the school community: teachers, students, administrators, and parents. You may not even realize that some of your school or district’s biggest challenges—inside and outside the classroom—can be overcome using an LMS. If even just one or two of these signs sound like we were walking through your halls or sitting in on staff meetings, you may want to start researching how an LMS would fit into your setting.