On 9/22/02, KYkakker wrote:
    > I don't teach Special Education so I don't know about SETS
    > specifically, but I do know we've been pretty dissatisfied with
    > STI in terms of posting grades and the incompetence of the woman
    > sent to conduct a 3-hr "training" session, and lack of
    > documentation provided. Not to mention the fact that it has
    > mysteriously "lost" entire sets of grades -- luckily I had made a
    > hard copy the week before, so I just had to re-post the grades
    > (and also I had evidence for those in our office that the program
    > HAD lost the grades and that I had not simply made a mistake in
    > posting them).
    > Not exactly what you asked, I know, but it seemed relevant.Yes, it is relevent, thank-you. Isn't it a shame that we feel the
    need to proove that that we did the right thing because of course
    we must have done something wrong.