Making disparate software programs work together to exchange information is a constant challenge for educators. Often, educators find that critical student information is housed in a variety of applications that cannot easily exchange these data. While data integration is possible, it is usually time-consuming, ineffective, and expensive.


The Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF) promises to ease the development work needed to move data from place to place. Designed by educators and software companies that understand the current inefficiencies, as well as the potential benefits--more robust reporting, more efficient use of resources, more effective courses--that are possible with simpler data integration in schools,

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