For years, since the Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF) first was announced in 1999, school leaders have heard the promises: SIF will make school software programs interoperable, regardless of their manufacturer; it will eliminate the need for multiple data entry; and it will streamline and transform school administrative functions.


Until now, however, many school leaders have been leery of taking SIF's supporters at their word. Instead, several administrators have been waiting for tangible results from other districts that have implemented SIF solutions before investing in the up-front costs of the technology themselves.


Well, SIF-certified products now have been on the market for several

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