ROSWELL, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--To address newly enacted state initiatives such as the Colorado READ Act — as well as the Office of Special Education Programs’ new Results Driven Accountability (RDA) framework — school districts are seeking innovative solutions to pull together disparate data and provide full visibility into each student’s performance. One system that’s making it easier for a rapidly growing number of Colorado districts is Enrich, a web-based special needs software platform that provides unmatched compliance assurance and functionality, teacher ease of use, and an IT architecture designed for future special program needs.
Among the most recent Colorado districts to purchase Enrich are the Boulder Valley, Cherry Creek, and Poudre school districts. All three districts will implement Enrich solutions for Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Case Management, Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS)/Response to Intervention (RtI), and Education Program Management. Developed by Excent Corp., Enrich helps states and districts improve compliance, enhance student performance, increase reimbursement revenue, and boost productivity.
Cherry Creek School District, for example, plans to use Enrich to manage individualized learning programs for all special populations including students served by special education, 504, RtI, English language acquisition, and gifted and talented programs, as well as state-specific programs including the READ Act.
“It was important for us to choose a system that would be easy for teachers to use and that would allow us to put all of our student plans in one place,” said Debbie Van Scoyk, student plan application specialist for Cherry Creek Schools. “With Enrich, we will be able to collect, access, and manage all the information we need without taking away from instructional time, and it will make reporting easier as well. We believe that by eliminating all of the silos of information across our district, we can help everyone move toward the same goal, which is excellence in achievement for all our students.”
Excent provides data solutions and training to empower educators and students in special and general education. For more information, visit http://excent.com or call 800-231-3144.