TinySIS was originally developed for The Nova Project, a 300-student alternative public high school in Seattle, Washington. Student data is tracked using contracts, which can either be used for traditional classroom classes or for independent study activities. The system employs a monthly status reporting system in which contract facilitators (the teachers) report status for their classes, and facilitators (homeroom teachers or counselors) roll up overall status for the student across all contracts. The system's reporting mechanisms were designed to support Washington State Alternative Learning Environment (ALE) regulations.
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