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Program brings Broadalbin-Perth closer to goal of paperless operation

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Last year, Broadalbin-Perth students brought home sheaves of fliers and announcements each afternoon, charged by their teachers with making the parental hand-off. “But anyone who has ever dealt with kids knows, they don’t always remember the papers,” said district spokeswoman Michele Kelley. This fall, school administrators are cutting out the unreliable link between teachers and parents with something called an e-Backpack. Instead of passing out paper announcements in class, teachers will simply upload scanned copies ...


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