Automating reporting from local systems to the state education agency has been State Report Manager’s (SRM’s) success story for over a decade.  Districts have complete control over their data as SRM manages the entire process of consolidating, cleaning, formatting, certifying, and exchanging data between agencies to ensure the state receives perfect data every time.  

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ESP Solutions Group

ESP has provided expert services for two decades to state and local education and other government agencies to design, build, and improve decision support systems. We understand how to translate national data standards into practical, working systems. Essentially, ESP moves quality data from one agency to another and presents reports to decision makers in timely and usable format. In the process, we ensure that the principles of data governance protect personally identifiable information while allowing maximum use of data with minimum burden imposed on the data providers.

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The EDFacts Shared State Solution (ES3) is a complete system for a state’s EDFacts reporting.  Both unit and aggregate staging databases hold a state’s data for automated translation to compliant submission files.  ESP maintains the annual EDFacts requirements for participating states in the ES3 consortium.  A UI manages steps and reports provide audit assistance.

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Vertical Reporting Framework Features:

  • Scalable
  • Customizable
  • Vendor Agnostic
  • Easy to Use
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What is State Reporting?

Schools have to be funded. State legislatures and the U.S. Congress need data for decision making. There multitudes of mandates both state and federal that require data to be reported from schools to districts to states to the federal government. All those data pass through the state education agency in a process called state reporting.

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