December 18, 2014
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Data Management

Four Essential Mandates for 21st Century Districts
This past fall, some of the nation’s top school CIOs and administrators gathered in Trenton, New Jersey for the inaugural SchoolCIO Leadership Summit.

Better Than Bubble Tests
How three districts automate assessment for substantive results.

N.H. schools consortium selects network service provider
The New Hampshire K-12 Schools Connectivity Consortium has selected a new provider of Internet access and managed network services for its members.

Data goes global: Report from IMS Global Learning Consortium
See video highlights from managing editor Christine Weiser's interviews of education leaders who discuss their thoughts on the National Educational Technology Plan, Common Core Standards, Web 3.0, the need for open systems, and much more.

Data-tracking software promotes fiscal responsibility
A web-based system for employee guidance solutions made its official debut at this month’s National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services (NASDDDS) annual conference in Alexandria, Va.

District reclaims server space with file compression software
The Antelope Valley Union High School District has reclaimed 30 to 40 percent of its primary storage -- previously consumed by Microsoft Office and JPEG files -- by adopting a file optimization solution that reduces the school district’s file bloat

Indiana district integrates new DLE
Vigo County School Corporation, the K-12 school district that primarily serves Terre Haute, Ind., has adopted a new digital learning environment.

Historic district adopts technology of today
A lot has changed in Plymouth, Massachusetts, since the 1740’s when Elder Thomas Faunce, the town’s record keeper, documented the location of Plymouth Rock and other important information of the time.

D.C. program aims to keep at-risk kids in school
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Florida to implement statewide data system for early learning
The State of Florida’s Agency for Workforce Innovation has awarded a $20 million contract to develop, design, implement and maintain the Early Learning Information System (ELIS) for the enhancement of the state’s early learning programs.

Chicago schools upgrade business software
Chicago Public Schools, the nation’s third largest school district and the second largest employer in Illinois, upgraded to Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1  to gain new functionality and enable the system to scale for future growth under extreme budgetary and staffing constraints.

NY schools begin on-site electronic test scoring
Several New York State school districts have begun using an on-site electronic scoring system as part of their Grades 3-8 standardized test programs.

Kentucky's largest school adopts latest technology
The largest school in Kentucky opened its doors for the first time on August 3rd to an eager crowd of over 1,200 students and staff.

New England district integrates data systems
Barnstable Public Schools consists of thirteen schools in six Cape Cod towns, employing a combined 350 teachers and serving over 4,400 students.

District integrates academic, behavior data
Located in southwestern Oklahoma’s Caddo County, Anadarko School District 120 manages five K-12 schools.

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