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PowerSchool Announces K-12 Education Cloud Platform Powered by Snowflake

As students return to the classroom this month, some may find that their educational data is managed differently with better educational outcomes in mind. PowerSchool, a provider of cloud-based software platforms for K-12 education, has partnered with Snowflake to announce the launch of a fully managed data platform as a service.

According to the company, its new DaaS, Connected Intelligence by PowerSchool, will provide districts and institutions with an integrated, global, fully managed and secure platform based on Snowflake’s cloud architecture. PowerSchool promises that districts using the new solution will retain sole ownership of their data and have the ability to securely collaborate inside and outside the company.

Proving critical education data is currently siled, inaccessible and underutilized, PowerSchool aims to unify all school data into a single, comprehensive platform. created the software for The company provides a level playing field for all students, spends less resources on data access, storage, and management, stores educational data securely in one place, and provides access to all data including past, present, and future. The benefits of expanding access to and Third Party Data.

By connecting data from early childhood through adulthood, the company says it has the potential to improve student achievement and be used in post-secondary education and workforce development. Additionally, using less resources to manage data and accessing data in a single store opens the door to more efficient and effective use of data. For example, analytics features that can alert educators when students are showing signs of falling behind. PowerSchool also said that secure interagency access to all kinds of educational data could help connect schools with juvenile justice, foster care, and other social services to help students identify resources. points out that there is

“Connected intelligence with PowerSchool enables state institutions and school systems to bring all data together to deliver unprecedented accessibility, unparalleled performance, and the peace of mind that comes with it, helping the economy of the community. “The data cloud that we develop and the Snowflake data cloud will give us the ability to transform the social and social landscape,” said Shivani Stumpf, group vice president of new solutions at PowerSchool. Built on top, this innovative and comprehensive data ecosystem aims to help education leaders leverage data more effectively and efficiently, informing their investments so they can focus on education What matters most is improving student performance and setting every learner up for success.”

The company believes the platform will help school districts and institutions deliver personalized learning by providing contextual information that enables immediate action, such as curriculum recommendations, to support customized learning. We look forward to helping you “meet where each student is.”

Snowflake’s education platform architecture enables data administrators to “say goodbye to resource limitations and wait times, and instantly spin up and down a virtually unlimited number of concurrent workloads against the same single copy of data.” We promise to help you “make it.” The company also says that built-in replication and failover/failback capabilities ensure business continuity, and a fully managed data cloud reduces administration and administration associated with traditional data platforms.

“The Snowflake and PowerSchool partnership provides educators with a powerful combination of features that provide consistent security and governance while further enabling data collaboration with internal and external third-party agencies across the district. You can.” Jeff Frazier. “Through the Powered by Snowflake program, PowerSchool has not only expanded his Unified Insights, but also introduced new products such as Connected Intelligence, which enables school districts and institutions to mobilize data to improve student performance.”

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