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Frontline Special Ed & Interventions

Frontline Special Ed & Interventions
Formerly Enrich


What is Frontline Special Ed & Interventions?

Frontline Special Ed & Interventions (formerly Enrich) is a student management platform featuring a diverse range of functions, including EPM for tracking progress through state-specific or other kinds of organized learning plans (e.g. gifted learning), RtI for monitoring student progress…

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Sheila-Shira Reiss | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Enrich is used by the entire school district where I work and has been recommended to use by the Colorado Department of Education across the state. Most Colorado school districts use it. Enrich is mainly used with special education departments for evaluation reporting, etc.
  • Enrich provides a step by step process helping the special education team to organize all necessary information that includes state and federal compliance laws specifically the legislation of the IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) is entered correctly.
  • It is organized to provide the entire special education team with access to see the documentation of services and assessments.
  • It also has an ability to organize the process for RtI (Response to Intervention) which identifies the students who qualify for special education services. The special education team has access to see this information to determine if the teachers need to gather more information before referring the student for special education services.
  • There is a tremendous amount of repetition of data entry. For example, you press buttons to describe services i.e. direct or indirect services and how much service time a child will receive. THEN, you have to enter it again with a sentence i.e. " The child will receive (direct or indirect) speech and language (or reading or math) services for a such and such amount of time. " There are other examples of how the provider needs to repeat information that has already been gathered by the program.
  • Of course, entering all of the data is very time-consuming.
  • Training and access to consultants are needed in order to learn how to use the entire program.
As described above, the RtI data can be reviewed by the special education team in order to see if regular education teachers need to gather more data before referring a student to special education. It is also well suited for using with transferred students from other schools or districts.
  • Overall, there are more positives than negatives about using this program. Having a program that is used by the entire state has a positive impact because now the special education process is organized in the same manner
These other programs (Tranquility and Clarity) were used for the same purposes before the district and state started to use Enrich. The previous programs were harder to use and much more time-consuming. There is no comparison between Enrich and these other programs. I'm sure that other special education providers would agree that Enrich is the best one when compared to the previous 2 programs used for data gathering.
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