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Spokane district to adopt college and career readiness platform

Based on the success of a single school pilot program in 2011, Spokane Public Schools (SPS) will implement Hobsons’ Naviance across its middle and high schools.
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Based on the success of a single school pilot program in 2011, Spokane Public Schools (SPS) will implement Hobsons’ Naviance across its middle and high schools.

Naviance offers tools to allow students to identify unique areas of interest and explore college and career options based on their skills. Additionally, Naviance provides school counselors and district administrators with insight into individual student goals and performance, as well as reporting tools to track school and district-wide college and career planning efforts.

As part of the district-wide investment to enhance college and career readiness among its student body, Spokane will also employ Hobsons’ PrepMe solution for SAT® test preparation at the high school level.

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