Ken Goldstein named vice president of sales at the Orlando-based education management software leader

ORLANDO, Fla. (Oct. 12, 2010) – eSchool Solutions®, the leading provider of technology solutions for the pre K-12 education market, has named Ken Goldstein as its vice president of sales.

Goldstein comes to eSchool Solutions after nearly 15 years in the education technology field, where he worked for Productivity Point International, NETg, eClassroom (K-12 division of eCollege), and Blackboard. Since 2006, Goldstein has served as the regional vice president of Blackboard’s K-12 line of business.

In addition, Goldstein has a proven background in sales management and coaching, solution selling, and account and project management for advanced technologies.

“We are excited to have Ken joining the eSchool team,” said Lisa Welton, senior vice president of sales and marketing for eSchool Solutions. “Ken’s exemplary experience in the education technology field, along with his proven track record in sales, will make him a valuable leader to our sales force across the country.”

Goldstein earned a bachelor’s in business administration and a bachelor’s in journalism from University of Colorado-Boulder, and received a master’s in organizational management from University of Colorado-Denver.

eSchool Solutions, which provides a suite of technology solutions for the preK-12 education market, services more than 500 school systems, encompassing 29,000 schools in the U.S. and Canada.

To learn more about the company, visit http://www.eschoolsolutions.com/ or call 800-776-8774.

About eSchool Solutions

eSchool Solutions® is the leading provider of integrated technology solutions for the preK-12 education market. In 1987, the Orlando-based company revolutionized substitute management for school systems, completely changing the way districts managed substitutes and employee absences. Now, as a total solutions provider, eSchool Solutions provides a full suite of products and services designed to improve administrative efficiency and help school districts work smarter. The company serves more than 500 school systems, encompassing 29,000 schools in North America.

Posted by Wellons Communications, an Orlando public relations firm.

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