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New Software Promises Simplified Setup of Student Accounts

New Software to Help Teachers Build and Manage Student Accounts

A new EdTech startup, Clever, will make student account setup easier for schools. The platform extracts student information from school databases and automatically feeds it into the account set-up systems, according to Xconomy. This way, educators won't have to enter the names themselves. Clever serves 20,000 K-12 schools throughout the nation, providing free service while charging educational app developers $6 and $25 per school month. The startup--run by Harvard graduates Tyler Bosmeny, Dan Carroll and Rafael Garcia--partners with more than 100 EdTech companies. 

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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