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How GPA Network Works

 
GPA Network is a comprehensive online service that offers a truly innovative and cost-effective solution to managing classroom information and providing a means of communication between students, teachers, parents, and school administrators.
 
GPA Network includes four components: GPA Teacher, GPA Student, GPA Parent, and GPA Administrator. Each provides a standards-based Web interface that enables users to efficiently view and manage their information, be it managing schools, teachers, classes, lessons, students, assignments, grades, calendars, events, and so on.
 
All school and student data is stored on GPA Software, Inc.'s private cloud of servers. This means that all data is available 24/7 with minimal downtime, and little chance of data loss.
 
 
Administrators: Administrators can securely view and update teacher information, student records, classes, disciplinary records, graduation requirements, and much more. They can also post announcements, generate statistics and reports, and manage information required or recommended by the No Child Left Behind (NCLB).
 
Teachers: Teachers manage their classes, students, lessons, assignments, and more with ease.
 
Students and Parents: Entirely through the Web, students and parents can view much of the information posted by their teachers, including attendance and disciplinary records, homework and other assignments, announcements, classroom handouts and notes, and grades.