SASI (software)

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SASI (Schools Administrative Student Information) or SASI Student Information System is a computer program developed by Macro Educational Computer Systems, who was acquired by National Computer Systems (NCS) and NCS was acquired by Pearson in 1997. The cross-platform system provides administrators and educators with access to student demographics, attendance, schedules, discipline, grades, extended test histories, and state reporting codes.[1][2] Features of SASI include SASIxp, Integrade Pro, classroomXP, and Parent Access. In 2003, more than 16,000 schools nationwide used the software.[3]

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