Join the League of Innovative Schools in the movement to advance data interoperability in public education.
Data Interoperability is the seamless, secure, and controlled exchange of data between applications. To learn the basics, explore these resources:
Teachers need access to data in order to guide students on their individual learning journeys. The seamless, secure, and controlled exchange of data between applications can give teachers what they need to improve learning opportunities for all students.
In 2018-2019, four League districts joined a Challenge Collaborative to make interoperability a reality: San Diego County Office of Education, Stephenville Independent School District, Uinta County School District #1, and Vancouver Public Schools. Stay tuned for a deeper look at each district’s journey to achieving better data interoperability—coming soon!
To advance data interoperability in your district: