SFUSD requires online report cards.
They are not required to provide functional computers.
They are not required to provide internet access at school sites.
They are not required to provide correct rosters of one's students.
They are not required to provide adequate server space so that the report card program doesn't crash.
They are not required to provide printers or ink.
I ended up doing report cards on a Kindle at an open wifi point, and I'm still not sure how I'll get the report cards printed.
So the next SFUSD official to yammer about 21st century learning and technology and online data collection and standards online and data-driven instruction is getting glitter-bombed. It's easier to yammer and buy a program than it is to make it actually function, and I'm tired of putting my time and energy into all the actual requirements of SFUSD's big talk.
Beyond the Talk, you will find teachers on the ground cobbling together systems to make it work while district adminstrators pontificate and pose for photos.