Three top officials from New York State's Niagara Falls City School District have formed their own company to market an information management program the district helped develop. The venture, if successful, could yield the Niagara Falls school system more than $800,000 in profit.


Superintendent Carmen A. Granto, business services administrator Roy W. Rogers, and information services chief Guy Rizzuto have launched an enterprise called "Integrated Educational Services" as part of an agreement they reached with Vision Associates of White Plains, N.Y., to become an authorized reseller of the data-warehousing program eScholar.


The school system opted out of its ownership interest in eScholar,

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