S.C. Now Poised to Better Track Student Progress
New Technology Rolls Out With Unique Student IDs, Links to Teachers, Methods
South Carolina has flipped the switch on the first phase of a new student-information system that officials say takes a quantum leap in technology that can track students' progress and find ways to improve instruction.
A key feature will be the ability to analyze individual students' performance and tie it to the teachers and types of instructional methods that were used in various subjects.
The conversion didn't come without...
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