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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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Baldwin High School: New Digital Hall Pass System to Replace Paper Passes

New digital hall pass system to replace paper passes This article first appeared in The Purbalite, the Baldwin High School Student Newspaper Written by Victoria Di Cesare and Grace Hampton | September 9, 2019

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Eduspire Solutions is Part of the Global Grid for Learning Safer Schools Impact Grant

GG4L, or the Global Grid for Learning, safely connects applications to schools. It allows schools to securely share roster data with applications through the Grid, allows EdTech vendors (like e-hallpass) to connect to the Grid and quickly deploy solutions to schools, and it promotes data interoperability. It’s a safe, secure, and manageable way to make

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Eduspire Solutions Software Now Available on ClassLink!


Eduspire Solutions is proud to partner with ClassLink, a tool which “provides OneClick single sign-on into web and Windows applications, and instant access to files at school and in the cloud. Accessible from any computer, tablet or smartphone, ClassLink is ideal for 1 to 1 and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives,” allowing more time

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Chicago Tribune | Ridgewood High Adopts FlexTime Manager for Upcoming School Year

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Ridgewood freshmen to set class times under new flex schedule Ridgewood High School freshmen will design their own weekly class schedules this fall under a new flex schedule program to begin in about six weeks, said Principal Chris Uhle. Flextime Manager functions through the students’ school-issued iPads and gives students an opportunity to design weekly

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