This week we had the last guest, Mr. Barry Brahier and leaned about Infinite Campus, by which teachers can manage students’ grades, attendance and other information about students. Since I taught in Japan, I actually didn't know such a useful assessment technology and many school districts in Minnesota adopt this tool. In Japanese schools, most teachers do assessment almost manually. Although we use OCR (optical character reader) and Microsoft Excel, we are required some manual procedures. I was surprised at Mr. Brahier's lecture and thought Japanese schools should incorporate such a system because manual assessing is time consuming and one of the most important aspects of Infinite Campus I believe is that parents also can see their children’s grades and work. In Japan, parents can know just their children’s final grades, but don’t know their learning process from quiz results and homework. Japanese schools should introduce assessment systems so that parents can be involved in their children’s education in school.