Districts and states have made purchases, or are considering them, focused on helping them navigate and analyze massive tides of student information. The Los Angeles Unified district, which has been plagued by high-profile tech woes lately, is testing out a new learning management system. Connecticut officials, meanwhile, are asking for bids from vendors to create a digital system for tracking information on special-needs students.
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