Data drives our business, from student achievement to funding to program support. If our data is inaccurate, we are losing opportunities to support our students and the administration. With Certify, we can now maximize our potential for success.
Program Director, MiSiS Project, Los Angeles Unified School District, CA
Certify promotes a daily, proactive process by automatically reading your district’s databases each night, and sending email alerts to notify users about specific data issues that need to be reviewed, monitored, or corrected.
State data submission periods can be incredibly stressful for districts. Certify ensures that data clean-up is a continuous, year-round process so that state reporting deadlines are easily met, with accurate and complete data.
Having accurate counts for special populations such as English language learners, free and reduced lunch, and others can impact the level of funding and program support that is received. Consistently validating your data can support compliance efforts.
PROACTIVE DATA VALIDATION
Make data quality a priority.
The growing volume of district data can be overwhelming, with limited time to verify accuracy. Poor data quality is not only inconvenient, but it can have consequences that impact student progress, state funding and a district’s reputation. Certify enables you to easily detect data errors and discrepancies before they become larger problems.
Identify data-quality issues in source systems
Rely on accurate data for informed decision-making
Proactively identify potential funding or compliance issues
More to love about Certify:
Districts can utilize a collection of high-value pre-defined rules, and can also define their own district-specific rules to meet business and data needs.
Alerts, Right to Your Inbox
Users receive personalized email notifications that highlight data issues. Users can then log in to Certify to review detailed data errors that are relevant for their specific role.
A daily inventory of data issues in the user’s area of responsibility with error details. Scorecards include a Data Certification Score that allows users to measure their progress.
“How-to” documents that can be added to each rule so users can quickly reference the information needed to research an issue or make a data correction.