See you at ISTE!

Yes, we’re going, and yes, we’re excited!

This will be our first year at the International Society for Technology in Education Conference & Expo (#ISTE2016) here in Denver (June 26-29), and we just. can’t. wait.

We can’t wait to learn about all the new technologies that have been dreamed up to tweak, strengthen, and perhaps even revolutionize the educational community.

We can’t wait to hear about all the new ideas and educational strategies that leaders in the industry have come up with.

And we can’t wait to meet and talk data with all of you!

To that end, we’ve reserved a booth space for the conference, where we’ll have some goodies (free swag!) to share, along with the opportunity to take SchoolGrader – a short quiz that will give you your school’s ‘Data Grade’ (yup, we’re data-nerds, and we love it).

Swing on by our booth (#1547) and say hi to our team members Lee and Chris, who will be manning the booth, lobbing stress balls at random passers-by, and answering all your questions about the magical powers of our school data management system. Bonus: Take the SchoolGrader quiz and you’ll be entered to win a free $50 Amazon gift card.

If you can’t make it to ISTE, we’ll have team members at NCSC (the 2016 National Charter Schools Conference) as well. If you’ll be there, make sure to say hi and check out our booth! (And if you can’t make it to either, check back on our blog for our Conference CliffNotes later on in July.)

In the meantime, thanks for stopping by our blog! Take a look around and feel free to fall into one of our many data-themed rabbit holes – there’s something for everyone, from administrators to parents to students to teachers. If you like what you see, feel free to Share the Knowledge.

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