Gore's `Dashboard' will link working parents with schools

Laabs, Jennifer J.
August 1997
Workforce;Aug97, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p13
Focuses on `Education Dashboard,' a program for working parents who find difficult to keep in touch with their children's progress at school. Advantages of the program; How the technology will increase the level of intimacy between parents and schools.


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