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Reduce In-School Absenteeism in 2020 with E-Hallpass

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Absenteeism Remains a Problem All the EdTech resources in the world can’t improve schools if students aren’t in their seats for the experience. Yes, it’s nearly 2020, and absenteesim is still a widespread problem. EdTech Magazine tells us that “As many as 8 million students were chronically absent from school during the 2015–2016 school year,

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Eduspire Solutions 2019-2020 Update

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Looking Back on 2019 It’s been a year of exciting growth for Eduspire Solutions, adding hundreds of new schools in 46 states! We’ve also made significant updates to our e-hallpass and FlexTime Manager software solutions, and we’re anticipating the release of even more updates in the new year. Here is a summary of our year

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Problems with Vaping at Your School? Consider e-hallpass

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Problems with Vaping at Your School? Consider e-hallpass School. It’s where our kids go to learn and grow, academically and socially. We hope they’re cultivating passions. We hope they’re excelling, forging lifelong friendships, developing real-world skills. We hope they’re safe. But we are aware that it might also be a place where they are tempted

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A/B Polarity Feature Available in e-hallpass!

The Much Anticipated A/B Polarity Feature is Now Available in e-hallpass! Finally, teachers are able to manage which students are in the halls simultaneously, with the A/B Polarity feature in e-hallpass. A/B Polarity makes it possible to reduce troublesome hallway activity caused by pairs of students who meet in the halls. Scenarios include vandalism, gang-related

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Thomas Jefferson High School Implements Personal Learning Time

Thomas Jefferson High School Implements Personal Learning Time This article first appeared on TribLive, by Trib Total Media | Written by Stephanie Hacke | September 26, 2019 Tranquil music echoes through the main hallway of Thomas Jefferson High School’s athletic wing during the middle of the school day. Roughly 20 students lay on the turf

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