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Re: [K12OSN] School Management Software

What are Michigan's Single Record Student Database requirements? Does that mean you can only store a student's information in a single location or something?

Did you all consider using PowerSchool from Apple? It's web based, so it doesn't tie you into Apple products should you decide to switch, but it also doesn't force you to buy new machines for all the staff. Of course, if you can afford to buy new computers for all the staff in this era of budget shortfalls and cuts, more power to you...


On Wednesday, January 8, 2003, at 10:25 AM, Shawn Powers wrote:

I'm curious what everyone uses as school management software... We currently use Chancery's "MacSchool" -- and next year will most likely switch to "WinSchool" (Chancery is no longer supporting Michigan's Single Record Student Database requirements...) This change is moving us from our current 95% Macintosh environment to all staff computers being wintel.

It's a good time to introduce a change, and of course I'd like that change to include linux as much as possible...

So again, what type of student management/pupil accounting software do the linux-centric school systems use?

Thank you,
-Shawn Powers

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