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  2. Pearson Education - Wikipedia

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    PowerSchool. In 2006, Pearson acquired PowerSchool, a student information system, from Apple. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. PowerSchool was a profitable product for Pearson. In 2014, it generated $97 million in revenue and $20 million in operating income. In 2015, Pearson sold PowerSchool to Vista Equity Partners for $350 million cash.

  3. Schoology - Wikipedia

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    Schoology is a learning management system for schools and businesses that enables its users to create, manage, and share assignments and resources. Also known as a web content management system or virtual learning environment, the cloud-based platform provides tools to manage classrooms or blended learning.

  4. SunGard - Wikipedia

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    SunGard was an American multinational company based in Wayne, Pennsylvania, which provided software and services to education, financial services, and public sector organizations.

  5. Bergen Catholic High School - Wikipedia

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    Uses of the computer include PowerSchool and Edline help everyone in the school community stay up to date on news, announcements and grades. The school custom-installs software on each student's computer, such as the screen monitoring program DyKnow and various test programs.