The Texas Computer Cooperative (TCC) selects eSPED for their Special Population Student Information Management Solution!

The Texas Computer Cooperative (TCC), providers of TxEIS and iTCCS K-12 Administrative Software, selects eSPED for their Special Population Student Information Management Solution — eSTAR™.

eSPED, a provider of special population student information management solutions, has been awarded the contract to supply Web-based special population document management services for TCC products.

eSTAR™—eSPED’s cloud-based applications for multi-authored student documents and expertly engineered analytical tools provides teachers access to accurate student information, a common platform for collaboration with colleagues, efficiency, and valuable time with their students. eSPED is a leader in document compliance and is paving the road for data driven decisions in schools across the nation.

The seamless, bi-directional connection between TxEIS, iTCCS and eSTAR™ enables school administrators simplified management and immediate access to special population student information. With this partnership, the TCC is able to provide schools working with eSPED access to eSTAR™ through its TxEIS and iTCCS student information systems. According to George Dhionis, President and Founder of eSPED, “We are extremely pleased to be awarded this contract and look forward to supporting the efforts of the TCC, specifically their student information systems, TxEIS and iTCCS. This joint effort and integration affords districts a tried and true solution and provides for immediate data streaming of student information.” The eSTAR™ suite is comprised of special population student data management modules including: RTI, FIE, ARD, IEP, ELL, Medicaid and more, which allows schools to electronically manage, track, and archive student data, while keeping up-to-date with Federal and State compliance requirements. The eSTAR™ suite delivers compliance verification, state-reporting validation, and report filtering for data-driven decisions with highly secure end-to-end application access.

“The TCC is pleased to form this partnership with eSPED. We know the eSTAR™ suite will enhance the TCC software offerings by including a best of breed product at a cost effective price. This partnership will also allow for a more seamless integration between TxEIS or iTCCS and the eSTAR™ product,” said Beverly Meyer, Associate Director of IT at ESC-20.

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For Immediate Release
October 21, 2013
Contact: Keesa Sung

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