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  • Janison Education (JAN) extends NAPLAN Online agreement until 2030 in a deal worth more than $24 million
  • The agreement with Education Services Australia (ESA) means Janison will continue to provide the online platform that powers NAPLAN across the nation
  • NAPLAN Online is a computer-based assessment that measures the literacy and numeracy skills of Australian students
  • JAN CEO David Caspiri says this agreement “is an important milestone in Janison’s history”
  • Janison is up 13.33 per cent and trading at 42.5 cents at 3:43 pm AEST

Janison Education (JAN) has extended its NAPLAN Online agreement with Education Services Australia (ESA) until 2030 in a deal worth more than $24 million.

Under this new agreement, the company announced it would continue to provide the technology, support and maintenance services needed to deliver NAPLAN Online across the nation.

“NAPLAN Online is a critical tool for measuring the educational progress of Australian students and we are proud to continue to play a role in its delivery,” Janison CEO David Caspari said.

NAPLAN Online is a computer-based assessment that measures the literacy and numeracy skills of Australian students in years three, five, seven, and nine, nationally. More than one million students use the platform annually, which was developed by ESA, Janison and Microsoft.

“This is also an important milestone in Janison’s history, signing our largest agreement which demonstrates the trust ESA has placed in Janison to deliver high-quality educational technology solutions,” Mr Caspari added.

It also builds on the recent expansion of Janison’s partnership with Cambridge University Press & Assessment (CUPA) to deliver digital assessment products globally.

Janison was up 13.33 per cent and trading at 42.5 cents at 3:43 pm AEST.

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