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EISD adopts new data system

John Chapman

John Chapman

Due to the increasing academic demands placed on students, districts have to become cohesive with regards to data management while monitoring student progress.

Within each special program, teachers and specialists have many requirements to fulfill in regards to state/federal mandates, which ultimately means lots of paperwork. Each student, who qualifies for a special program, has to have consistent and timely documentation in order to monitor whether the program is helping the student and/or if changes need to be made.

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