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Article Aug, 2017

5 Reasons Why Teachers Love PowerSchool SIS

We asked teachers why they love about PowerSchool SIS and they responded: it improves instruction, efficiency, and parent engagement, saves time, offers flexibility in grading styles, drives student growth, and provides a customizable experience to best fit their needs.

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March, 2017

McKinleyville Middle School’s Successful Switch to Standards-Based Grading (part 2 of 2)

How do schools make this major transformation to SBG? For California’s McKinleyville Middle School, the switch has been a carefully planned, researched, and executed process.

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March, 2017

McKinleyville Middle School’s Successful Switch to Standards-Based Grading (part 1 of 2)

How do schools make this major transformation to SBG? For California’s McKinleyville Middle School, the switch has been a carefully planned, researched, and executed process.

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March, 2017

Accredited with Warning: Garland Quarles’ 7-Step School Turnaround Formula

Quarles teachers are not only using data to inform instruction decisions, but are also accurately predicting student performance on summative assessments.

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January, 2017

A Day in the Life of a Teacher with the Unified Classroom

Tag along with a 7th-grade teacher to discover how the Unified Classroom transforms a typical teacher workday with assessments, assignments, grading, & more.

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January, 2015

Differentiate Instruction Using PowerSchool Learning

Discover top tips for how to use an LMS with assignments and assessments to differentiate instruction to meet class or students needs based on their progress.

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