Digital usage manager and an interim assessment system. A South Carolina district wants software to help moderate its’ students online and digital behaviors. Des Moines’ school district wants a platform to test student progress vis-à-vis Common Core standards every few months. Meanwhile a Missouri district slashed its costs by nearly $100,000 per year by changing its LMS provider.
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