We are currently in the process of choosing a new web hosting service for our district/school websites. My foremost concern is that it will allow the website to be a collaborative resource for all where everyone has the ability to add and edit content.

-RSS feeds
-I want to give teachers & teams the ability to add content immediately.
-Easy of Use
-Control over organization and number of pages created
-Track of all edits

Currently we are looking at SharpSchool, eChalk, School in Sites, School Fusion. Do you have any experience with these products? Can you give me some pros and cons?

Thank you,

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Hi Michelle,
I'm not sure what if anything you may have done regarding your new website, but given your criteria, I strongly recommend you check out our solution for schools at http://webschoolpro.com.

Having been involved precisely in this end of education technology for more than 20 years convinced me to create WebSchoolPro, a secure CMS for schools that runs on education only servers. There's no cost or risk to signing on or using WebSchoolPro. The entire registration and activation process takes less than 5 minutes. You are welcome to try it out and walk away, or use it as long as you like. Since August we have signed up more than 200 very happy schools across the country. Find out more at http://webschoolpro.com

You have absolutely nothing to lose by signing your school up at http://webschoolpro.com/signup.html

On the site you can also visit our Blog, links to LIVE schools, read testimonials about the product, chat live with us online and much more. Do yourself a favor, take a load off of your IT staff and make you business manager very happy!

Oh, and by the way, you can have all of things you mention here plus fully dynamic calendars, blogs, slide shows, unlimited pages for the school, unlimited pages for teachers, a built in emergency alert system, automatic content change notifications to parents and students (think homework, events etc) and much more. Did I mention it's free?

Best Regards,
Blaine Transue

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