The unprecedented effort to make all K-12 instructional and administrative software programs work together seamlessly could be achieved as early as this summer, developers said. The first-ever Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF) standard—SIF Implementation Specification v1.0—was released at the National Educational Computing Conference in Atlanta on June 27.

More than 80 technology companies—makers of software covering everything from student information systems, to data analysis and reporting, to food services and transportation, to

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