The Rocky Mountain News of Denver reports that Denver Public Schools' new student information system rolled out on Tuesday even though many of the district's newer teachers did not yet have log-ins to access the system. The new SIS cost the district $2.1 million and was working smoothly despite the problem these users had with their log-ins. "When you roll out systems this large, Murphy's Law kicks in," said DPS chief technology officer Ed Freeman....
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