PowerSchool Unified Classroom Special Programs Reviews

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April 10, 2019
Christopher Power | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • It provides all the documents necessary for supporting federal and state laws in regards to the special education program.
  • Extremely effective in helping to meet reporting standards for students. Teachers that fall behind on deadlines or timelines are given reminders and provided with processes to monitor progress and reporting.
  • Case management is easy, which leads to 100% compliance. This is important because the best strength is that this platform helps to increase funding by meeting all requirements of the Fed and State.
  • An additional strength is the collaborative potential it offers. The platform offers student portals to let staff access all resources on demand.
  • In terms of improvement, the interface is extremely ugly and simple in design, color and icon design. The platform needs to have a much more interactive and appealing interface so that use is more comfortable.
  • For parents, their side of the platform has a lot of options. That needs to be simplified. I think less and more drop downs within the key menus would help.
  • The disability codes are very lengthy. Perhaps there are easier or faster ways to access subsections to select.
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What is PowerSchool Unified Classroom Special Programs?

PowerSchool Unified Classroom Special Programs (Special Education) covers all areas of education including 504 processes, services capture for Medicaid billing, special education case management, gifted and talented, English language learners, and Response to Intervention (RTI). It is a comprehensive system that combines case management with tracking clinical services to ensure the delivery of IEPs and alignment of IEPs to state and local goals. The system is designed to support districts in meeting results-driven accountability requirements. The vendor says that in turn, this can positively impact student education and growth.
Categories:  Case Management

PowerSchool Unified Classroom Special Programs Features

Has featureIEP
Has featureResponse to Intervention

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PowerSchool Unified Classroom Special Programs Competitors

Edupoint, Excent, Illuminate

PowerSchool Unified Classroom Special Programs Support Options

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PowerSchool Unified Classroom Special Programs Technical Details

Deployment Types:SaaS
Operating Systems: Unspecified
Mobile Application:Apple iOS, Android