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Greg Terry joins the Computer Logic Group Team

Greg Terry – Senior Account Manager Greg Terry has been involved in education technology sales for over 18 years, 7 of which were centered around PowerSchool account acquisitions.  In 2007 Greg was brought to Pearson to lead national PowerSchool sales efforts in the Catholic market space with a specific emphasis on winning Diocesan level opportunities.  In […]

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PowerSchool Wins Two 2017 SIIA CODiE Awards for its Unified Classroom Solution

PowerSchool earns prestigious recognition for its groundbreaking K-12 education technology solution Folsom, California (PRWEB) July 27, 2017 PowerSchool, the leading provider of K-12 education technology solutions, today announced its Unified Classroom solution has been recognized for its innovation in education with a prestigious 2017 CODiE Award in two categories (Best Classroom Management and Learning Relationship Management Solution). […]

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Computer Logic Group announced the promotion of Steve Baez to Vice President of Project Management.

The announcement was made by Robert Springer, President and CEO Computer Logic Group. “Steve’s aptitude and contributions have been invaluable and he embodies so many of the wonderful traits of our company. His innovative thinking and vision will continue to enhance the quality and outcomes of technology projects he oversees with the help of his […]

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No Child Held Back™ – Hartford Parent University Graduate 35 Parents in Unique Program that Closes the Digital Divide and Introduces Parent-Centered Learning

Hartford, CT (March 24, 2016) Hartford Parent University March 10th held its largest graduation ceremony ever – with 35 parents from the M.D. Fox, Thirman Milner, Simpson-Waverly, and SAND schools completing the Achieve Hartford! supported No Child Held Back™ program. The program teaches parents to take ownership over their children’s learning, fully understand their role […]

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PowerSchool Gains Momentum with 75% New Customer Growth, Now Reaching Over 17.5 Million Students

PowerSchool, the #1 leading provider of K-12 education technology solutions, today announced a 75% increase in year-over-year new customer bookings. Annual bookings doubled since the first quarter of last year, fueled by new and existing customer demand for a comprehensive platform for K-12 schools and districts. Since PowerSchool broke away from Pearson and became a […]

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Is your kid skipping class?

NEW GLASGOW – The mother of a North Nova Education Centre student wants other parents of high school students to know that if their children are missing classes, they might not know until report cards are sent home. Because teachers aren’t using the PowerSchool system during the work-to-rule job action by the Nova Scotia Teachers […]

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Mixed bag for Cabarrus, Kannapolis school dropout and suspension rates

CONCORD- Cabarrus County Schools had 104 reportable crimes occur in last year according to the N.C. Department of Public Instruction’s Consolidated Data Report. The report was released to the General Assembly last week and includes information on suspensions and dropout rates. According to the report, Cabarrus County Schools reportable crime rate is 10.59 percent. The […]

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Grading Policies, Calendar on Board Agenda Ponca City Board of Education

Members of the Ponca City Board of Education will review uniform grading policies and the 2017-18 school calendar as part of the agenda at Monday night’s meeting. Building assessment reviews presentations will be given by Carla Fry, principal at Trout Elementary School and Tim Williams, principals at Woodlands Elementary School. The superintendent’s report presented by […]

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PowerSchool Enhances Google Apps Integration

PowerSchool has updated its learning management system, PowerSchool Learning, to improve its single sign-on integration with Google Apps for Education. In previous versions, PowerSchool Learning would send teachers a PDF snapshot of students’ homework assignments, and then they could use Dropbox Annotator to provide feedback to students. However, teachers wanted the ability to comment on […]

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Ottumwa school registration goes digital

OTTUMWA — Signing up for the 2017-18 school year will look different for Ottumwa schools. The district is in the process of transitioning to an electronic registration process.  According to a statement from the district, part of this process involves helping every parent create an account in “PowerSchool,” the Ottumwa student information system. One advantage […]

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Folsom-Based PowerSchool Acquires Public-Sector Software Company for $850 Million

Folsom-based PowerSchool announced it has acquired SunGard K-12 business from FIS, a financial services technology provider. The acquisition was made by Vista Equity Partners for $850 million. Vista has been expanding PowerSchool’s software suite since it originally purchased the company in 2015 for $350 million. In its deal with FIS, Vista will now be able to […]

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