New student-information system helps district cut costs

06/7/2013 | T.H.E. Journal

A school district in New York state expects to cut its administrative costs by $40,000 by switching to a new student-information system. The transition to Follett's Aspen Student Information System is expected to begin in the upcoming school year, and officials say the system also is expected to help the district improve its processes and communication.

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