Synergy Receives New State Reporting Certifications for Arizona and Tennessee
Edupoint® Educational Systems’ Synergy® Student Information System (SIS), a leading SIS solution for the national K-12 market, has received new state reporting certifications for Arizona and Tennessee. The state reporting certifications demonstrate Edupoint’s commitment to partner with states throughout the country to seamlessly collect and present student data in order to directly impact student performance.
Arizona Education Data Standards (AzEDS) – based on widely-adopted Common Education Data Standards (CEDS) and Ed-Fi data models – will automate a majority of the state reporting process once completed and reduce the amount of time districts spend compiling and submitting data. Synergy SIS – selected as the statewide student information by the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) in late 2014 – has been certified for AzEDS Release 1.0 and Release 2.0 and continues to work closely with the Arizona Department of Education to ensure full compliance and certification for the July 1, 2015 AzEDS full implementation.
Tennessee’s Ed-Fi based state reporting model provides districts throughout the state the ability to organize raw education data to make informed decisions that benefit educators and students alike. Synergy SIS – an approved student data management provider for Tennessee Local Education Agencies (LEAs) – currently supports over 80,000 students throughout the state. Working closely with the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE), Edupoint is committed to TDOE Ed-Fi certification to support their go-live in summer 2015.
Edupoint’s Synergy® Education Platform is an enterprise-level solution that enables districts to manage student information and instruction to optimize district and student performance. Edupoint’s investment in Ed-Fi compliance in partner states like Arizona and Tennessee demonstrates the company’s laser focus on ensuring effective management and use of student data. Ed-fi data exchange puts the “transformative power of information in the hands of educators when and where they need it most: their classrooms.”