LiveSchool Revolutionizes Education with New Student Behavior Management App


NASHVILLE, Tennessee – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – LiveSchool has released a free version of its award-winning classroom behavior management system for K12 teachers. Until recently, cloud-based software was only available on a school-wide contract basis. As of September 23, teachers across the country can access the LiveSchool web application for free from their smartphone, tablet, PC or SmartboardTM.

Managing behavior in the classroom has become a difficult problem in schools in the United States, especially in low-income settings, with one in two teachers spending as much time managing behavior as they are teaching. LiveSchool is based on research-supported behavior management systems called PBIS or SW-PBIS. LiveSchool enables schools to encourage positive behavior and improve school culture by awarding points for positive behavior and offering rewards, competitions and goals based on accumulated points. Last year alone, students earned over 40 million behavior points on the LiveSchool platform.

Any level teacher or team can start using this software independently by visiting:

Based in Nashville, TN, LiveSchool was featured as the 2013 Wall Street Journal Startup of the Year and winner of the Bloomberg Gap App Challenge. LiveSchool’s mission is to accelerate learning across the world by improving student behavior and motivation in K12 schools. Founded by a teacher who learned firsthand the challenges of behavior management in the classroom, LiveSchool harnesses the latest technology to turn positive behavior into a team effort between teachers and students.

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