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In wake of Skyward decision, schools concerned about training costs

9:51 PM, Feb. 11, 2013
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Many local school districts might be forced to shoulder the costs of implementing a new statewide student information management system after the Department of Administration decided two weeks ago to award an exclusive $15 million contract to a Minnesota-based company.

Most school districts surrounding Marshfield contract with Skyward, a Stevens Point-based company, to provide their student information software, keeping track of grades, attendance and other information the state requires.

The Marshfield School District has used Skyward for its student records since 1993 and ...

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