Certica Solutions today announced that Humble Independent School District, Lamar Consolidated Independent School District and San Antonio Independent School District have recently selected Certica’s data certification software, called Certify™, to monitor and improve the quality of district data they report to the Texas Education Agency (TEA) throughout the year, as well as non-reportable district data used for analysis and decision making.
Certica Solutions today announced that Kansas City, Missouri School District (KCMSD) has selected Certica’s K-12 data certification software to help the district improve the accuracy and completeness of data submitted to the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). The initial focus of KCMSD’s implementation is on data related to student transfers and withdrawals, which has a direct impact on the calculation of the district’s dropout rate.
Certica Solutions today announced the introduction of CertifyCALPADS™, a web-based data certification service designed for California school districts. California districts are in the process of transitioning their mandatory state reporting to a new statewide data collection system, called the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System, or CALPADS. CertifyCALPADS is a hosted service based on Certica Solutions’ existing Certify™ K-12 data certification software, which is already used by many districts in California and across the nation.
Certica Solutions, provider of K-12 education compliance and accountability software, today announced its latest version of Certify software, the data certification application used by local and regional education agencies across the nation. Certify 4.6, which is being released to user districts this fall, further facilitates the critical role that school personnel play in a district’s ability to pro-actively validate, monitor and reconcile high-stakes student and teacher data, especially prior to that data being reported to state and federal regulators.
Certica Solutions today announced that Lower Hudson Regional Information Center and Suffolk Regional Information Center/Eastern Suffolk BOCES, two of the twelve Regional Information Centers (RICs) that provide technology services to New York State school districts, have partnered with Certica Solutions to help their member districts improve the accuracy and completeness of data reported to the New York State Education Department (NYSED). The partnership has focused on a hosted service offering based on Certica’s K-12 data certification software, called Certify™, which enables school districts to review and address data issues well before state data submission deadlines.
Certica Solutions today announced that Portland Public Schools (PPS), the largest district in Oregon with 46,000 students, has chosen Certica’s K-12 data certification software to implement a new data quality improvement process to support student achievement, ensuring the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the data the district is required to submit to the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) several times each year.
Certica Solutions today announced that Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD) has chosen Certica’s K-12 data certification software to help ease the costs, complexity and stress associated with validating and reconciling school, student and teacher data required by the California Department of Education (CDE) for submission several times each school year.
Certica Solutions today announced the introduction of CertifySIS™, a web-based data certification service designed for school districts that are migrating school and student data from existing student information systems to new systems. CertifySIS is a hosted service based on Certica Solutions’ Certify™ K-12 data quality certification software. The first edition of CertifySIS focuses specifically on the needs of school districts that are migrating data from Pearson’s SASI system to new student systems.
Certica Solutions, a provider of compliance and accountability software solutions for the K-12 education market, today announced that it has named Martin Brutosky to its Board of Directors. Certica’s software enables K-12 school districts to certify the school and student data that serves as the basis for district funding and is used to measure districts’ level of compliance with education policies.
Certica Solutions today announced that Marion County Public Schools (MCPS) has chosen Certica’s K-12 data certification software to help secure necessary education funding by improving the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of district data reported to the Florida Department of Education.