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    In an ideal world, everything would be stored in a standard manner anyway so everything could be exported quickly. I think assessment would be a hard one as different providers handle it in different ways, AM7 versus what you showed me a few years back for example.

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    Oh yes I agree with that I would like to see a world where data flows freely as schools choose one system over another. Think we are a few years away from that...



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