SIS adds reporting features

STI  has developed an ad-hoc reporting module, INFOCUS, for its comprehensive Web-based student information system.
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STI  has developed an ad-hoc reporting module, INFOCUS, for its comprehensive Web-based student information system.

INFOCUS allows teachers and administrators to cross-examine data from different STI sets, such as attendance and grades. Educators can measure progress across all levels and make informed decisions to promote better school business and student outcomes. INFOCUS is available with InformationNOW at no additional cost to current customers and will be included in all subsequent subscriptions.

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