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Special Ed Program Helps States Meet Accountability Requirements

Excent Corp. has released Enrich State™, a special education data management system that helps state agencies and state departments of education adjust to new Results-Driven Accountability (RDA) monitoring requirements.
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Excent Corp. has released Enrich State™, a special education data management system that helps state agencies and state departments of education adjust to new Results-Driven Accountability (RDA) monitoring requirements.

Earlier this year, the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) made a shift in its accountability system, which now requires states to achieve improved educational results for students with disabilities, rather than focusing primarily on procedural compliance.

Enrich State is an online solution that provides real-time, statewide data collection for improved local and state compliance and special education program management. It allows district and state special education personnel to manage all IDEA and state-level compliance requirements, and to consolidate important performance data. Enrich State can receive data from any Individualized Education Plan (IEP) software or student information system. Once paired, Enrich State receives regular updates of district student data to provide real-time insight into the extensive requirements being measured by OSEP.

Enrich State can be purchased and implemented as a stand-alone solution or combined with a statewide IEP system.

For more information, visit http://excent.com.

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