The majority of us have spent all our childhood 8 hours every morning learning at the same school for 14 years straight. I myself spent mine bouncing from school to school as my family shifted from city to city, country to country. In all my years enrolled as a student in different academic institutes, not once did I ever notice something off about the administrative procedures of the school. “Of course, there’s a desk full of file folders on the administrator Ms. Maggie’s desk. There’s, like, a million students here!”, I’d think to myself. “I understand why it takes the principal so long to get to the morning assembly. It must be hell dealing with all that paperwork every morning.”, I’d say. What could possibly the solution to all that mess, right?
Well, I was a kid. Pardon my naivety. We’re living in the age of digitalization. Where information is stored in clouds and the most complicated tasks can be executed with a click of a button. This is when Digital U decided to put an end to all menial administrative and managerial procedures of all academic institutes.
Socio School System, they call it. It’s a cloud-based school management system solution that serves to the needs of practically all schools of any size. With over 25 different modules that incorporate the functionality of all the processes of school, it is by far the only school management system worth it’s salt available in the market today.
It all starts when a student enrols and ends when they graduate, right? Socio School System is capable of executing all the orders of procedure that come with it, and everything in between. An administrator processing a student’s admission, a teacher passing the grades on their homework and quizzes, the finance department processing their annual fee, the head teacher rolling out important announcements, even the parents reviewing the teachers notes! Socio School System has created a virtual space for everyone involved in a student’s life to actively participate without leaving their chair.
It’s a shame that Ms. Maggie didn’t live in the age of Digital U.