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She added the pivot to virtual learning last spring created stressors for students and teachers. She’s worried about how that impacted the quality of learning. The coronavirus pandemic forced schools to close last spring with just a few months before graduations. Thompson said she feels schools did everything they could to get students to graduate, so she doesn’t expect last school year’s graduation rates to be gravely impacted. “What I’m more concerned about is kids who fell behind last spring who might’ve been freshmen, sophomores or juniors and whether we can get them back on track to graduation,” Thompson said. New data will be available in early 2021, including high school graduation rates for last spring. Data on 3rd grade reading and 8th grade math won’t be available until next summer or fall. Thompson said the new numbers will show if groups of students were adversely impacted by the pandemic. She’s worried that the achievement gaps between white students and students of color will widen.

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As evidenced of the traction of the new SaaS model, 67% of subscription revenue in Q2-FY21 came from contracts executed since 2018, up from 50% last year. Further, subscription licenses contributed 66% of total revenue in Q2-FY21 versus 53% 18 months ago (the balance of total revenue from Professional Services). Despite COVID-19 headwinds, the sales pipeline grew again in Q2-FY21 and is approaching $8 million compared to $4.5 million last year. Gross margin in Q2-FY21 was 86.3%, flat with Q2-FY20 but lower than the 87.0% in Q1-FY21 due go to these guys to lower revenue. Cost of sales decreased in absolute dollars, even given infrastructure enhancement expenses. Cash from Operating Activities for Q2-FY21 totaled $(0.1) million compared to $(0.0) million in Q2-FY20 and an 87% improvement versus $(0.9) million in Q1-FY21, reflecting continued progress towards cash-flow breakeven. Adjusted EBITDA loss of $(0.4) million in Q2-FY21, a 37% improvement from a loss of $(0.6) million in Q2-FY20. Non-IFRS loss for Q2-FY21 (as defined in the Non-IFRS Financial Measures section) totaled $(0.5) million, or $(0.03) per basic and diluted share, a 35% improvement versus a $(0.8) million loss in Q2-FY20, or $(0.07) per basic and diluted share. Reported loss for Q2-FY21 was $(0.9) million, or loss of $(0.04) per basic and diluted share, representing an 31% improvement versus a $(1.3) million loss, or $(0.11) per basic and diluted share in Q2-FY20. On July 3, 2020, the Company completed a new amendment with its existing investor, SQN Venture Income Fund LP, to extend the maturity of its loan to August 2022, extended interest-only payment until August 2020. On October 21, 2020, the Company announced that it had been awarded a Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) research and development project subcontract based on Boardwalk's digital ledger solution to track and ensure food safety and prevent food contamination to U.S.

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