Companies aim to help teachers be more efficient with the use of data

Two education-technology companies, Clever and LearnSprout, are offering services that seek to help school districts manage multiple registry profiles of staff and students being used on a growing number of educational-software programs. With automatic updates to usernames and passwords and streamlined processes, the programs aim to cut the time educators spend managing accounts in favor of more instruction time or analysis of data coming from student-information programs.

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