Beginning July 1st, 2019 the Division of Adult and Career Education (DACE) will be using an innovative new attendance system called DACE-SIS. This system will marry the functionalities of the current SIS system with state of the art functionalities needed to support students along their unique educational pathway including personalized counseling services.
DACE Administrator Rosario Galvan is very excited about the roll out of the new system. “Our goal is to improve functionality by reducing paperwork and to create an efficient student centered registration process. DACE-SIS will also allow us to digitally monitor the Individualized Student Plans ensuring that all students receive counseling and supportive services.”
Central Office Advisor, Carlos Rodriguez, who is the DACE-SIS subject matter expert states that, “the new system will include functionalities to optimize efficiencies in tracking innovative new programming such as Integrated Educational Training (IET), Pre-apprenticeship, and the Family Success Initiative. It will also enable adult schools to market and outreach directly to adult learners.”
DACE is excited to transition to this new student information system to better remove barriers and change lives! For information regarding DACE-SIS training, click here.
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