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Re: [seul-edu] What do teachers want in admin software?

Our district uses Intergrade at the middle and high school levels and
Gradequick in the elementaries. All DOS/WIN based. These export to our
student database.

I'll add it to our list of open source software that they are reviewing
and pass on that review when they are done.

Michael Williams
Haywood County Schools

Doug Loss wrote:

> Norbert Dejonge, who wrote Ggradebook
> <http://ggradebook.sourceforge.net>, has expressed a concern that
> his software is getting virtually no downloads.  I confess that I
> don't have an answer for this, but I want to ask some questions
> about it.
> This is a stand-alone gradebook program for Linux.  How do the
> teachers on this list record student grades?  Do you use a computer
> for this purpose?  If so, do you use a stand-alone program or an
> integrated package that provides other functions (attendance,
> etc.)?  What might be the reason for the perceived lack of interest
> in this application?  Norbert is interested in making this program
> more desirable to teachers, but he's not sure just what features
> would do that.  Let's try to come up with those features.
> --
> Doug Loss                 God is a comedian playing
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