Making the Grade

Education Organizations Learn the Advantages of Oracle

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Today, K-12 school districts and state agencies nationwide have billions of reasons to come to Oracle OpenWorld 2010. Ever since the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 set aside US$100 billion for education, schools have been eager to develop and implement statewide data systems to enhance workflow. And across the country, they've been turning to Oracle for help.

According to a recent news release, Oracle already makes the grade. The Los Angeles Unified School District--the nation's second largest district--chose Oracle Business Intelligence Suite, Enterprise Edition Plus to help teachers keep track of student performance. Other educational organizations, including Fairfax County Public Schools and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, are also working with Oracle to improve their systemwide procedures.

If you're an educator or administrator who is planning to optimize your school or agency data systems, this may be the best time to learn what Oracle can do help ensure success. Register for Oracle OpenWorld 2010 between now and July 16 and you'll save US$500 off registration.

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