, Inc. Announces Key Additions to Executive Team

July 1, 2004

Lincoln, Nebraska—June 29, 2004 –, the leader in e-learning solutions, has announced the appointments of Dr. Gary Johnson and Thomas W. Greaves to the positions of Vice President of Sales and Vice President of Strategic Marketing, respectively.

“Adding Dr. Johnson and Mr. Greaves to our executive team allows us to bring their combined experience in educational technology to bear on our prime mission, which is to use the Internet to deliver flexible, media-rich, standards-based curricula to students, schools, and districts in need of alternatives,” said CEO Katharine Endacott. “They’re a perfect fit not just because they know a lot about education, technology, and assessment, but because – like everyone else at – they care about students and about harnessing the power of the Internet to provide effective (and cost-effective) educational alternatives.”

Gary Johnson brings to a wealth of experience in educational technology, including a Ph.D. in Instructional Science & Technology with an emphasis in Assessment from Brigham Young University. Dr. Johnson has worked in the field of educational technology for many years, with prior stints at IBM, J.D. Edwards, WICAT, and NetSchools.

Thomas W. Greaves has worked with educational software since the 1970s, and has held the position of CEO in two education technology companies, including NetSchools. A nationally known speaker on the future of education and the role of new technologies, Mr. Greaves has been a driving force in bringing into the nation’s classrooms new concepts that have spurred on the revolution in educational computing.

About, Inc.
Class provides local school districts with complete e-learning solutions: Internet-based courses, training, software hosting, and consulting services. Through these partnerships, Class helps innovative educators create new learning opportunities in local communities.

Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska,, Inc. is a privately held company distributing Internet-based secondary school courses throughout the United States.

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