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Article Dec, 2017

Announcing Exciting New Updates for Award-Winning PowerSchool Unified Classroom

PowerSchool Unified Classroom™ delivers improvements for standards-based grading, assessment, and parent/student engagement.

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streamlining payroll
July, 2017

Streamlining School District Payroll

Handwritten time sheets, paper request forms for time-off approval, and manual calculations for tax deductions are not only time-consuming; they create many more issues, Here are some tips to streamline payroll processes.

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essa
July, 2017

ESSA: Navigating a Least Restrictive Policy Environment

At the heart of ESSA is the passing of the responsibility for education quality, equity, accessibility from the federal department of education to the state departments of education.

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k-12 erp system
June, 2017

Should You Choose a K-12-Designed ERP System?

ERP systems are used in many industries. Your district can choose a solution built specifically for K-12 school districts, or purchase a general ERP platform and configure it for your specific needs. What is the best decision?

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implement new technology
April, 2017

Choosing the Right Time to Implement New K-12 Technology

Overall, implementing a new technology solution is a tall order that requires planning and preparation. Choosing the right time to implement a new solution will increase odds of success.

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ROI SIS
April, 2017

Hobson & Company Research: The Business Case for PowerSchool Student Information System

Through in-depth interviews with PowerSchool Student Information System (SIS) customers conducted by Hobson & Company, research found that the product is not only strategic in terms of improving efficiencies and student performance, but also delivers a quick and compelling ROI (Return on Investment).

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January, 2017

A Small District Superintendent’s Guide to Technology Integration

Our goal is to help you change that by introducing more technology into the classroom and your overall district. Technological access raises scores and improves the ability for everyone, from teachers and administrators to district leaders, to do their job more effectively.

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December, 2016

5 Steps to Data-Driven Decision-Making

While many focus on the operational logistics required to keep our schools running, effective leaders are digging in on what happens in the classroom. And when you do so, you can quickly become overwhelmed by the amount of data available.

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Effectively Plan Your Master Schedule
December, 2016

3 Tips to Use Your Master Schedule to Embark Change in Your District

A few people might lay the master schedule out, but it takes all stakeholders involved to fulfill it and satisfy the main objective: giving students every opportunity to discover their love, passion for learning while providing them all the experiences they need to prepare them for their future.

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November, 2016

Five Keys to Becoming a Data-Driven District

Perhaps the biggest key to the district’s success, McCook says, has been “training our staff to get them acclimated to the new tools we were providing, so they know how to use these tools to inform instruction. That part took some time.”

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shift
August, 2016

Professional Development: The Shift

The idea that educators and their students benefit from on-going professional development can be traced back several decades. Today, it is widely known and accepted that providing teachers with the opportunity to learn new educational skills or techniques can and does improve student learning.

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cfo changing roles
July, 2016

CFO Round-Up: The Changing Role of CFOs

This week we’re featuring five articles from around the web on one topic. Our topic this week is the Changing Role of the CFO in school districts.

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5 ways to engage teachers
June, 2016

5 Ways to Engage Teachers during Summer School

Summer is a great time to embrace flexibility for your teachers and staff members, to encourage them to try creative new classroom strategies and, perhaps most importantly, to keep the lines of communication open loud and clear.

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May, 2016

How Administrators Can Prepare for the End of the School Year

Teachers and administrators both work endlessly into the summer, and they have much to accomplish. Therefore, today we are going to focus on the principals and superintendents of schools, and how they can end the school year on a good note and properly prepare for next year.

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