Rediker Gradebook Login Page

Rediker Software Improves TeacherPlus Web Gradebook with

Rediker Gradebook Login Page

Posted by Brevard Alfred on Saturday, 15 February, 2020 23:04:07

Commonwealth Academy uses Rediker Software's secure ParentPlus Web Portal to instantly share school information and student data with our parents and to connect our parents with our teachers.. By logging onto the C/A ParentPlus Web Portal, parents can:. Track their student's homework assignments; View weekly student grade reports (only for Middle School and High School)

The login page appears. If you have a Gradebook user name and password, sign in using your Gradebook credentials. or. If you don't have a user name and password, follow the instructions in the activation email from your PlusPortals administrator to activate your account and set your password

Rediker Software is a privately held corporation which has been providing school administrative software solutions for more than 35 years. Their company is a leader in school administrative software for private, public, international, religious, and independent schools.

If you are a parent you can register a personal login using the login code and password provided by your school or teacher by clicking the Parent Registration link below. If you are an educator and would like to try out GradeBookWizard.com free for 30 days, please sign up by clicking on the Teacher Registration link, below.

The Web-Based Gradebook for the AdminPlus Student Information System. TeacherPlus is an easy-to-use, web-based gradebook designed specifically for schools using Administrator's Plus.Built with the advanced framework of HTML5 and a responsive design, our gradebook offers cross-browser compatibility without requiring plug-ins. Teachers can access their gradebooks at any time, even from their

Rediker does have an Import Tool that would move our grades from Canvas to AdminPlus, but, to purchase that button would cost over $3,500.00 for the first year, and another $1,700.00 per year after that. This has taught us something: Integration between competing companies is never as easy as you think it's going to be.