Soon it will take only the click of a computer-mouse button for Utah teachers, administrators, parents, or students to find out attendance, grades, and test scores of one particular child or whole groups of students, the Deseret News reports: The Utah State Office of Education has awarded a contract to an Orem-based software company, DigitalBridge, to manage student information throughout Utah. The five-year contract has yet to be signed but could cost approximately $6 million to $7.5 million. DigitalBridge, an information-sharing technology company formed in October 2004, also provides secured data in other industries, such as health care and the

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