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Connecting Steps V5 Launch




Today is the day we launched Connecting Steps V5 to our customers worldwide! Connecting Steps V5 is a big step forward for our customers, faster and easier and works on iPads and other tablets as well as PCs. Connecting Steps V5 is designed to save time and help schools to get more out of their assessment data. Connecting Steps V5 is being rolled out over the next 9 months, starting off with the screens schools use the most, the assessment screens. The link below shows the timeline for the release of Connecting Steps V5...


Before moving from V4 to Connecting Steps V5, there are a number of tasks you need to do to get the most out of Connecting Steps V5. Please watch the First Steps with Connecting Steps V5...


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