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PowerSchool gives power to parents

WRANGELL, ALASKA PowerSchool is a web-based student information system which made its debut in the Wrangell middle and high schools at the beginning of the school year. More recently, the component of PowerSchool that allows parent accessibility was launched. This means parents can look at their child's grades whenever they want. KSTK's Lisa Phu looks at how this is affecting the teachers, the parents, and the students.
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