From middle school to high school, many students had a best friend named Edline, who knew everything about them from their daily attendance, to the grades they received on assignments. But when school started this year, Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) told them that Edline was no longer being used. With no recollection of giving input into the decision, students found themselves crashing head-first into a new system with almost no warning.
As part of Montgomery County Public School's technology modernization program, schools in the county get to replace their computers every seven years. Last summer it was Blair's turn.
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