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Can anybody suggest software that runs on Ubuntu to manage a high school. Software would need to hold a database of students as well as generating reports based on marks entered.

Please provide links

  • I do not understand why is this question marked as too broad. Software with a students database and capable of reporting is a pretty narrow request. – Luís de Sousa Mar 25 '14 at 20:20
  • This is niche software. As such I asked the question here as a general search turned up few options. The fact that there has only been 1 answer so far I would think demonstrates that it is not too broad – Duncan Mar 26 '14 at 8:03
  • @LuísdeSousa as long as the question is a pool instead answers where each answer is equally valid, it's too broad. Duncan, I recommend you instead Software Recommendations, but instead provide a very specific set of requirements. There your question will be well received. – Braiam Mar 27 '14 at 23:31
  • What do you mean by "the question is a pool instead"? – Luís de Sousa Mar 28 '14 at 9:33
  • To me this sounds like a website and not software.... – Alvar Mar 28 '14 at 10:54
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SchoolTool is a suite of free administrative software for schools. Since it can be installed easily and used with no licensing fees, SchoolTool can be used by schools for a single purpose, by individual teachers or small teams within schools, or as a whole-school comprehensive student information system, encompassing demographics, gradebooks, attendance, calendars and reporting.

Overview of Features

The standard installation of SchoolTool includes:

  • Customizable student and teacher demographics and other personal data;
  • Contact management for teachers, students, and their guardians;
  • Teacher gradebooks;
  • Skill and outcomes based assessment;
  • Schoolwide assessment data collection and report card generation;
  • Class attendance and daily participation grades;
  • Calendars for the school, groups, individuals, and resource booking;
  • Tracking and management of student interventions.

Resources:

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To install it:

sudo apt-get install schooltool

ENJOY!!!

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