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Getting an A in Grade Books

GradelinkTeachers: Turn in your grade books because GradeLink’s online service can automate the tedious and error-prone process of turning individual scores into a semester’s grade. Because it’s Web based, there’s neither hardware nor software that needs to be installed and it won’t take up valuable server space. Teachers can record letter or numerical grades, add extra credit, drop lowest grade and then have the program compile the semester’s report cards. On top of comprehensive school or district reports, GradeLink can let parents know about grades and attendance in either English or Spanish. The online service runs from $708 for up to 50 students per year to $3,708 for up to 1,000 students; a free trial is available.

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