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Will your SIS be Future Ready by 2020?

Will your SIS be Future Ready by 2020?

If you travelled backward a dozen years, your district’s Student Information System would shrink back to its original form: a standard database focused...

Ep. 2: Back-to-School Upgrades for Teachers!

In this episode we unveil several of the new free updates available to teachers using OnCourse, including an updated OnCourse Connect user interface, content partners, assignment grader, printed...

Registration Open: October Data Visualization Summit!

In a survey this August, K-12 leaders said that getting "holistic" student data, and getting it quickly, was at the top of their wishlist. This October, join us to take big steps toward these...

Ep 1: Back-to-School Upgrades for Administrators!

In this first episode, we share several of the new free updates available to administrators using OnCourse including fee management, principal evaluations, graduation pathways, and more!

Data Visualization Summit For NJ School Leaders: Registration Open!

What if someone invented a GPS that guided you and your team along the journey to student outcomes? Imagine how deftly your team could manuever if they received instant alerts about places where...

Graduation Pathways Primer: Tracking Key Components in Your SIS

High School graduation rates have become one of the leading ways in which school districts are being evaluated. Several factors determine student graduation eligibility. K12 school districts track...

#FutureFriday: "Future Ready" Tips for Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment

In today's #FutureFriday, we discuss tips and tools for gaining big "Future Ready" points for Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. Tre discusses digital assessment, blended learning, creating...

#FutureFriday: District CTO Calls Out EdTech Vendors

In an abbreviated #FutureFriday (Happy Memorial Day!) Tre addresses a point of frustration for many school technologists: software interoperability.