An Easier Way to Roster Staff Who Are Not in Your SIS

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Use ClassLink Roster Server for Every Edition of Google Workspace for Education

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Flip the Script: Instead of Additional Learning Time, Use Current Time More Efficiently

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Working Together to Support Education

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ClassLink

Connecting EdTech Product Use to Student Outcomes: A Case Study on New Digital Divides

Welcome to Student Outcomes: Connect the Dots With Usage Data. This post is the first in a three-part series designed to support education leaders in making better decisions about digital resources. The series will focus on using data to ensure equitable digital learning access and using research to increase the instructional impact of digital resources.
Mary Batiwalla
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Zach Friedman
ClassLink

An Easier Way to Roster Staff Who Are Not in Your SIS

Having done rostering for one of the largest districts in the country, I am very familiar with the struggles around the need to give access to a particular platform to teachers and staff who are not scheduled with students. I am talking about district resource teachers, reading, math, and science coaches, special ed teachers, aides, media specialists, administrators, and the like.
George Perreault
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ClassLink
Partnerships

Use ClassLink Roster Server for Every Edition of Google Workspace for Education

As you prepare for a new school year, we think it's helpful for you to know that ClassLink rosters Google Classroom no matter which level of Google Workspace for Education your district uses. Since 2017, school districts have trusted ClassLink to streamline and automate rostering for all four Google Workspace for Education offerings.
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ClassLink

Engagement Insight: July 2021

As you begin to look toward next school year, we want to share some resources and tools that you can use to help keep your users up-to-date on changes you made over the summer.
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ClassLink
Partnerships

Partnering with ClassLink: July 2021

ClassLink’s approach to vendor partnerships creates an environment where plug-and-play and interchanging apps aren’t just possible—they’re seamless. That approach is consistent with an educator’s mindset. As they learn, grow, and try new things, there is always an opportunity for new technologies to come into play.
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Education Leaders

How Schools Are Addressing Learning Gaps

Whether you call it learning loss, unfinished learning, or learning gaps, schools are sorting out ways to bring students up to speed after a long stretch of remote learning. In this post, we share what educators and education leaders are doing during the regular school year and summer school to help students catch up on missed learning opportunities.
Jerri Kemble
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Jamie Saponaro
Education Leaders
Remote Learning

Flip the Script: Instead of Additional Learning Time, Use Current Time More Efficiently

In all the excitement of stimulus funds coming down to the local level and the requirements of addressing lost learning time, many new ideas are being floated on how to help students once full-time in-person instruction begins again. An idea being discussed by districts across the country is the idea of extended learning time.
Susan Gentz
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ClassLink

Engagement Insight: May 2021

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. Each year Mental Health America, National Alliance on Mental Illness, and other mental health organizations across the country organize events, webinars, and more to improve access to mental health resources and support.
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ClassLink
Partnerships

Partnering with ClassLink: May 2021

Everyone committed to the education industry wants the same thing—success for schools. But that success requires that systems work together, exchange information, and are easy to access. ClassLink’s approach to vendor partnerships creates an environment where plug-and-play and interchanging apps aren’t just possible—they’re seamless.
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