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School officials oppose single software vendor plan

9:16 PM, Feb. 12, 2013
TonyEvers
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North central Wisconsin school district administrators are voicing opposition to a state plan that would use a single Minnesota software company to compile one large student information database.

The Stevens Point-based education software company Skyward will file an official protest over the process that the state Department of Administration used to choose Infinite Campus Inc., the Minnesota firm, to establish and maintain the Department of Public Instruction's student information system for the state's 400-plus school districts. Infinite Campus was chosen because it scored ...

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