This project will enable participating states to track, monitor, and share information for K-12 transfer students who cross state lines. Currently, there is no mechanism in place to share K-12 student data across state lines. Collaboration among the Southeastern states will enable students’ data to follow them throughout the region.
This project will accomplish two goals for participating states:
At this point, the following states are participating in developing a solution to share K-12 student data within the SE: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Additionally, Colorado and Oklahoma are also participating. Georgia, Kentucky, and North Carolina are piloting the SEED solution.
Georgia's 2009 SLDS grant has budgeted more than $980,000 for this project.
Additional Information is available in the Documents section below.
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