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New Destiny Resource Manager Will Track All K-12 District Assets

Follett this week introduced Destiny Resource Manager, a new system that enables K-12 districts to track and manage all school assets.
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Follett this week introduced Destiny Resource Manager, a new system that enables K-12 districts to track and manage all school assets, including barcoded textbooks.

The new resource management product will provide a complete view of each student’s responsibilities, including print and digital textbooks, tablets, and band instruments, as well as special ed, STEM and sports equipment. For teachers and staff, assets such as computers, IT networks, audio-visual equipment, facility property and confidential records all can be tracked and monitored.

For more information, visit FollettLearning.com.

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