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Posted October 3, 2013

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Principals, Teachers Should Email TeachScape Problems, Not Call

The company has been inundated with calls from APS and is asking that problems be emailed to

TeachScape has asked that APS principals and teachers refrain from calling them directly unless they have been referred by APS Policy Analyst Carrie Menapace. Instead, please send an email detailing problems you've encountered to Menapace will work directly with TeachScape on triaging problems and helping principals and teachers get answers.

TeachScape has been inundated with emails and calls from APS principals and teachers. Though they wish to support the district, the calls are keeping them from fixing the most rudimentary of problems with teacher rosters.

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