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Post a question or comment to the community to receive real-time help with technology tools, data and evaluation or other information that will support your implementation of the Education Equals Partnership model.

Dashboard alert default sort Supervisor view

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The current default sort is alpha based on the student’s last name. By clicking on the column label you can sort the alerts by any of the other columns. We have a suggestion on the table for consideration. It has been suggested that the user be allowed to set their own default sort. Does anyone […]

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Foster Focus Dashboards – Feedback

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We have completed the long list of alerts that were requested by the EE counties last August. Those of you using the dashboards may want to click on the settings link in the upper right hand corner of the Foster Focus header and look at the list of alerts. Select the ones you would like […]

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Crazy About Ed: What was the moment you were convinced you wanted to go to college?

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Calling all current and former foster youth! We want to hear why you’re Crazy About Ed. What was the moment you were convinced you wanted (and needed) to go to college? Share your stories in the comments below. Education Equals Partners, ask questions and share your thoughts!

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Attendance Alert Descriptions

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It’s been great to test out the dashboard! I believe it will be a useful tool for us, particularly the attendance alerts. Is there any way we can get a resource that describes each of the attendance alerts? The descriptions that pop up when you hover over the question marks on the User Settings page […]

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Request Feedback: Dismissing Dashboard Alerts

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The Foster Focus Dashboard was launched last week and released on a limited basis for our EE counties. Some of you participated in a demo at the Cross-County Learning Session on April 30th. SCOE is now seeking feedback about a few dashboard functions. Please respond by Thursday 5/7/15. Currently, are dismissed or snoozed from the […]

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Request Feedback: Dashboard No Service Pane

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The Foster Focus Dashboard was launched last week and released on a limited basis for our EE counties. Some of you participated in a demo at the Cross-County Learning Session on April 30th. SCOE is now seeking feedback about a few dashboard functions. Please respond by Thursday 5/7/15. The No Service pane displays a list […]

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Medical Benefits for former foster youth

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Good Afternoon, I will be attending an awesome event this upcoming Saturday in relation to the process of attaining Medical and the very resourceful benefits that youth can receive by applying for Medical. I was wondering if there is any vital facts that I should express regarding medical for foster youth throughout the event in […]

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Change to Discussion Board Settings

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Hi all, In order to make sure the discussion board is as efficient as possible, we’ve changed the settings so every comment needs to be approved before it is posted. Once a comment is approved, it will then appear on the discussion board. We will do our best to approve your posts as quickly as […]

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Are you wondering, whatever happened to the dashboards?

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Back in the fall you all contributed to a list of what information or data points should be available to a case manager on a dashboard. All of your ideas were turned over to a user experience (UX) expert and the expert/designer has just sent back her design. SCOE staff will be reviewing the design […]

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Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Enroll Your Child in a High-Quality Early Learning Program

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From: Ed Home Room, the official BLOG of the U.S. Department of Education… Here are the top ten reasons why you should consider enrolling your child in high-quality early education: 10. About 70 percent of the brain is developed by age one and 90 percent is developed by age three. It is during these early […]

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