Compass Education, which handles online processingfor 1800 government, independent and Catholic schools and has more than 2million users, says the online absentee rate was 4.8 per cent – less than half thenormal national absentee rate of 10 per cent.Read Story
Compass Education, which runs teaching management systems for government and independent schools, said it was handling data at a rate of 6.5 gigabits per second (Gbps) at the morning peak. On a normal first day of term it handles about 1 Gbps.Read Story
At her eastern suburbs public school, all work will be uploaded on the Compass School Manager program and parents will be able to see what is due. Teachers will monitor progress and email parents to let them know if the child has not been completing it.Read Story
Free internet access and laptops will be on offer for vulnerable local students. “Every child that needs a laptop or a tablet will receive one,” he said. “Schools will work individually with families to work out the needs of their children.” Greater Shepparton Secondary College has asked families to register their interest for laptops via Compass.Read Story
Even before the Victorian government announced it would end its first term early and the NSW Premier urged parents to keep their kids at home this week if they could, edutech startup Compass Education began to see a dramatic shifts in both attendance and online learning.Read Story
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The co-founders together in Compass' Balwyn North office.Download image
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