Edline was a learning community management system used for school and class organization. It provided district, school, and classroom level website support for administrators, parents, teachers, and students from kindergarten through 12th grade. It is now discontinued. The firm's website stated that its service was used by schools in all 50 U.S. states and had been featured in publications such as Newsweek. The firm acquired the earlier-established products of Jackson Software, the makers of Grade Quick, and Orbis Software, the makers of Easy Grade Pro. [citation needed] More information...

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