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Level Data And Pearson Partner to Promote Data Flow

The Level Data Managed Integrated Service and PowerSchool from Pearson will integrate to promote the flow of student and staff data.
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As a result of an independent software vendor (ISV) agreement, the Level Data Managed Integrated Service and PowerSchool from Pearson will integrate to promote the flow of student and staff data.

Level Data specializes in partnering with school districts through a data management process improvement evaluation, and then supports the upgraded process with customized software to automate data workflow within the new framework. The web-based student information system PowerSchool is used with more than 13 million students globally.

School districts that partner with Level Data have reported IT staff time savings of six-to-12 hours per week.

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