Infinite Campus Selects Kiddom as Grading Services Partner
June 22, 2018 – Blaine, Minn. – Infinite Campus, the most trusted name in student information, is excited to announce Kiddom, a San Francisco-based school operating system for K-12 schools and districts, as a Grading Services Partner. Infinite Campus student information system (SIS) customers will have a connection between the Kiddom operating system and the Campus Grade Book for real-time assignment score passback.
Kiddom’s K-12 operating system enables classrooms, schools, and districts to collaborate and individualize instruction, and helps districts efficiently integrate tools they have already come to rely on. As teachers use the Kiddom platform to share assignments, those scores will be reflected in their Campus Grade Book and Kiddom’s grade book.
Infinite Campus is IMS Global Certified and meets the OneRoster standard for securely sharing class rosters, assignment data and scores between systems. Kiddom is completing the IMS certification process to ensure seamless product integration.
“This powerful partnership will be beneficial for our customers,” said Charlie Kratsch, Infinite Campus CEO and Founder. “Campus was the first SIS to be OneRoster v1.1 Grading Services API certified, so it’s important that we partner with technology providers who recognize the significance of the IMS Global certification.”
“This partnership will save teachers time and reduce errors,” said Dr. Barry Brahier, Product Manager for Teaching and Learning at Infinite Campus. “By integrating with Kiddom, we are ensuring teachers spend more time teaching, which furthers our mission of Transforming K12 Education®.”
“At Kiddom, we’re building a system to unlock potential for teachers and learners. Our partnership with Infinite Campus enables interoperability with schools and districts using Kiddom Academy, our K-12 operating system, and provides real time-saving benefits to classrooms,” said Ahsan Rizvi, CEO and Founder of Kiddom.
Kiddom is currently finalizing its IMS certification. After that point, Infinite Campus and Kiddom will be piloting the integration with select districts during the late-summer of 2018, with release to all customer districts planned for fall 2018.
For more information, please visit www.infinitecampus.com/campuslearning.
About Infinite Campus
As the most trusted name in student information, Infinite Campus manages 7.8 million students in 45 states. For 25 years, Infinite Campus has successfully implemented its solutions for customers of all sizes, from those with fewer than 100 students to those with more than 600,000 students. Infinite Campus customers include school districts, regional consortia, state departments of education and the federal government. www.infinitecampus.com
Kiddom’s school operating system enables educators to collaborate and individualize instruction. Headquartered in San Francisco with an office in New York City, Kiddom is a team of passionate educators, designers, and developers building technology to enable all teachers and learners to unlock their full potential. To learn more, visit https://www.kiddom.co/