February 9, 2016 – AUSTIN, Texas and LAKE MARY, Florida – Today, the nonprofits Ed-Fi Alliance and IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS Global) announced their intent to take a unified approach to rostering so that school districts across the U.S. have the ability to allow class lists/rosters and basic student and teacher information to flow easily and securely among data systems and learning technology. This will save teachers and administrators valuable time and make it much easier to use instructional tools in classrooms.
Ed-Fi Alliance Releases Technology Suite to More Simply Connect Educational Systems Community-driven technology securely unifies education data in one place, solving district integration challenges January 19, 2016 – AUSTIN, Texas – Today, the non-profit Ed-Fi Alliance, announced the public release of the Ed-Fi Implementation Suite 2.0, a set of pre-built technology components that allow education agencies to develop and maintain integrated education data systems in their local or district-controlled IT environments.… Read More
Effort is first-of-its-kind in the U.S. and will be contributed back to the community to benefit other states (Phoenix, Ariz., July 28, 2015) – Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas today announced the successful launch of AzEDS (Arizona Education Data Standards), Arizona’s new education data system.… Read More
Skyward has broadened the use of the Ed-Fi Data Standard in a move that dramatically improves data interoperability between districts and state agencies.… Read More
Today, the Ed-Fi Alliance announced the release of the Ed-Fi Data Standard Version 2.0 with data integration features designed to help agencies scale individualized instruction from student to district.… Read More
Tennessee Issues Credentials to Pearson’s Industry-Leading Student Information System for Secure Data Exchange New York, NY (PRWEB) February 24, 2015 – Today Pearson announced that the State of Tennessee issued shared staging credentials for PowerSchool to implement the new Ed-Fi Alliance state reporting model.… Read More
Today the Ed-Fi Alliance announced the release of Ed-Fi Version 1.2 which provides U.S. education agencies free access to high-quality data tools to quickly and cost-effectively integrate and synthesize student data from multiple information systems. Rapidly adopted by U.S. states and districts since its launch two years ago, 35 percent of teachers and students are currently poised to benefit from the market-leading Ed-Fi solution. With Ed-Fi Version 1.2, licensees can take advantage of added industry-first features designed to empower educators to leverage new and existing data quickly and effectively and increase student outcomes.
— Foundation Creates New Subsidiary to Better Enable K-12 Education Reform – March 4, 2013 – AUSTIN, Texas – Citing a clear and urgent market demand for cost savings for states and districts and high-quality, data-driven solutions to empower educators and yield better student outcomes, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation today announced the formation of a subsidiary non-profit LLC, the Ed-Fi Alliance.… Read More
AUSTIN, Texas – December 11, 2012 – Troy Wheeler has been named VP Strategic Market Development for the Ed-Fi solution team. Wheeler previously served as the CIO for the Idaho Department of Education. … Read More
DECEMBER 4, 2012 — AUSTIN, Texas – Ed-Fi Version 1.1 has been released today and is now available at edfi. The Ed-Fi solution, which is compatible with many existing education data standards, including the Common Education Data Standards (CEDS,) facilitates secure data exchange among disparate data systems in K-12 education.… Read More