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Empower Teachers with Quick and Easy Assessments

Thu, May 11, 2017 2:00 PM EDT

Join us for this webinar to learn how to solve your assessment headaches.

With GradeCam, you can create, score, and record assessments quickly and easily without special forms or equipment. Learn how two districts have streamlined classroom assessments, empowered educators, and closed achievement gaps.

Learn how you can use the same process of Scan – Score – Assess in your school or district. No special forms or equipment needed. Spend an hour at this webinar to save countless time and energy. GradeCam is a professional problem solver for teachers everywhere.

Featured Speakers:

North Hagerstown HS, Hagerstown MD

James Alshire, Principal

Chris Cline, Assistant Principal

Chris Downs, Lead Teacher

Amy Kelly, Social Studies teacher 

James Bowie HS, Austin TX

Steve Kane, Principal (retired)

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