Naiku offers support to schools affected by Coronavirus

Naiku, Inc. announced today that it is offering free school subscriptions of Naiku assessment software to schools affected by the Coronavirus. These subscriptions are valid through June 30, 2020. Naiku will also provide setup, training, and support services for the schools.

Interested schools can request a demo here or simply contact us.

Naiku is comprehensive, fully-cloud based assessment software that schools use to easily measure, track, and view student proficiency. Staff and students can readily use Naiku remotely for assessment during digital learning days. Staff can also collaborate remotely on common assessment development, review of assessment results, and more. As a uniquely student-centric assessment platform, Naiku also has additional student engagement features that help turn the assessment experience into a learning experience.


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