One of the major factors impacting the incidence and impact of parent involvement and student mobility, is the easy access and portability of student information. Access 4 Learning (A4L) Community Members in Washington State found there was a need for a Student Records Exchange (SRE) leveraging the current marketplace activities and ‘lessons learned’ from the development of record exchanges.
Why did Washington State choose xPress Student Record Exchange?
Washington State decided that it was a flexible, controllable and easy-to-implement architecture standard for finding and transferring student records electronically between any two education entities. Their approach was a multi-step, job based workflow, with recursive design and implementation flexibility, which had an ‘easy to use’ data model.
This is just one example of how xPress Student Record Exchange is being implemented in the real world. Due to the flexibility and scalability of xPress APIs, there are many viable options for you to explore.
Learn more about xPress Student Record Exchange (SRE):