Every school district is naturally comprised of many small, distinct communities, including teachers, students, parents, administrators, and the community at large. In an ideal world, these communities would interact seamlessly to the benefit of everyone. Teachers would communicate freely with parents, students, and each other to improve learning. Students would better collaborate with their peer groups and assume more responsibility for academic performance. Parents would have a simple way to track their child's progress and play an active coaching role that fits their busy lifestyles. And schools would be able to share information and insight with the community about how...

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