Forsyth To Roll Out Angel LMS


Forsyth County Schools in Georgia is switching its course management system district-wide over to Angel Learning's Angel LMS. District representatives said Forsyth was making the switch in order to add new online learning capabilities for its high schools ad middle schools.

Beginning in the fall, Forsyth will roll out Angel LMS to its four high schools; in winter 2008, eight middle schools will implement Angel LMS.

"As the first school system in Georgia to make a commitment to a learning management system for all secondary school teachers, we are striving to ensure that for our students the learning never stops," said Steve Mashburn, coordinator of online education, Forsyth County Schools.
Forsyth currently serves about 28,000 students, a figure that's expected to jump to 50,000 in the next five years.

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