Whether your state is looking to replace its SLDS or your agency would like to integrate to its ECIDS, with the eScholar Matching and Linking Solution, states can accurately calculate unduplicated counts, link data across agencies and source systems, and maximize eligibility and funding.
States need unduplicated counts of their early childhood education participants to continue to fund and develop effective programs. With the eScholar Matching and Linking Solution, unduplicated counts are easy and enable states to accurately calculate program participation.
Linking data such as postsecondary, workforce, or early childhood education participant data to K-12 data allows states to analyze data longitudinally and analyze outcomes of children who, for example, participated in early childhood programs.
Early childhood, PreK-12, and postsecondary data models are available, and cover workforce, health, and human services data.
States, local education agencies, and non-publics increase their participation rates, eligibility, and federal funding by accurately identifying and linking the students through the eScholar Matching and Linking Solution.
The eScholar Uniq-ID is a powerful application that assigns unique identification numbers to individuals across the entire P20W continuum. It assigns a unique identifier that can be used to track individual records across time, geography, and source systems. The eScholar Uniq-ID has been used to create over 37 million unique person IDs for ten states.
eScholar DirectMatch™ streamlines and automates the paperwork-intensive and time-consuming process of identifying students eligible for free and reduced-price meals. It provides the most accurate matches for Direct Certification and Community Eligibility Provision to substantially narrow the gap of unfed children.
The eScholar Matching and Linking solution enable Pennsylvania agencies to link data across two systems from two separate agencies and see reports that provide insights on the outcomes of children who participated in early childhood programs.
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