What does it mean to be data-driven? Read on to learn the fundamentals your school district needs to make informed decisions.
School districts are often faced with many data application challenges. Learn more about how an interoperability solution can create more accessible and integrated data to drive student achievement.
Teachers need accurate, complete and historical data on their students to make the interventions needed for improved student outcomes.
Certica Solutions (Certica), provider of the Data Connect™ K-12 data and application interoperability platform, today announced that school districts in California, Oregon and New York have chosen Certica to deliver a comprehensive platform of data architecture, based on the Ed-Fi® data standard and technologies.
Vendors and providers: Find out why interoperability is taking off in K-12 and discover 3 steps to get started today.
Reflecting on the Ed-Fi Summit held in Austin, TX, Bryan Bleil shares three ways K-12 organizations benefit from data interoperability.
The cloud-based hub and spoke model, with a persistent data hub at the center (often called an operational data store or ODS), surrounded by integrated transactional applications, is the ideal architecture for enabling secure, bidirectional integration and application interoperability.
Districts have an abundance of resources and support for taking decisive steps on the path toward interoperability: standards, technology, architecture and community to deliver sustainable, connected educational data systems.
Certica Solutions (Certica), provider of the Certica Connect™ edtech platform-as-a-service (PaaS), today announced that the company will be offering school districts Data Connect™ – a fully hosted, managed and supported operational data store (ODS) to support real-time data integration and application interoperability.
Certica’s cloud-based platform of best-of-breed technology services – Certica Connect – solves myriad challenges for education agencies and K-12 providers. Certica Connect enables organizations to address challenges created by the inconsistent deployment and inefficient integration of data, instructional and assessment content, and descriptive education metadata for that content.