Washington Ed Tech Co-Op Adds New Services
The Washington School Information Processing Cooperative (WSIPC) has expanded its relationship with a provider of tools for gathering student information.
The nonprofit WSIPC provides information and technology services to more than 280 K-12 member schools. As part of the expanded partnership, the organization will now offer InfoSnap's lottery, school choice and enrollment solutions in addition to the company's registration tool.
"WSIPC's work with InfoSnap enables schools to streamline their business processes for enrolling and registering students," said Marty Daybell, executive director of WSIPC, in a prepared statement. "We sustain a continuous commitment to ensuring that all WSIPC member schools have access to intuitive technology solutions. With the advent of Charter schools in several states, we are extending the agreement to include school choice, lottery, and open enrollment solutions to those Charter schools who are members of WSIPC."
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