Press Releases

Accelify Launches AcceliPROGRESS Progress Monitoring System

February 7, 2019

NEW YORK, February 7, 2019 – Accelify Solutions, LLC (Accelify) is proud to announce the launch of AcceliPROGRESS, the newest addition to its enterprise special education software suite. AcceliPROGRESS allows providers and teachers to track progress against IEP therapy and academic goals and objectives when documenting services in AcceliTRACK, including the tools, strategies and assistance […]

Accelify Launches Newly Redesigned Website

July 23, 2018

NEW YORK, July 23, 2018 – Accelify Solutions, LLC (Accelify) is proud to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website, www.accelify.com. The new website offers visitors more streamlined navigation and enhanced content, providing a more user-friendly experience for exploring Accelify’s comprehensive suite of special education management solutions. “We are very excited about the launch […]

Chesapeake Public Schools Awards Contract to Accelify to Provide Medicaid Billing Software and Services

June 29, 2018

New York, NY – June 29, 2018 – Accelify Solutions, LLC (Accelify) is pleased to announce that Chesapeake Public Schools (CPS) has awarded a contract to Accelify to provide Medicaid billing software and services. CPS awarded the contract through a competitive bid process and will be implementing Accelify’s industry-leading special education service tracking system, AcceliTRACK, […]

Hillsborough County Public Schools Awards Medicaid Billing Contract to Accelify

March 16, 2018

Accelify Solutions, LLC (Accelify), a leading provider of special education management systems, is pleased to announce that Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) has awarded a contract to Accelify to provide Medicaid billing software products and services. Under the contract awarded, HCPS will implement Accelify’s industry leading ESE and transportation service tracking systems, AcceliTRACK and AcceliROUTE, […]

Industry News

Reworked Autism Definition Prompted Drop in Diagnoses

March 20, 2019

By: Shaun Heasley
Source:  Disability Scoop Five years after a sweeping overhaul of the diagnostic criteria for autism, research suggests that the changes have led fewer people to be identified with the developmental disorder. The definition of autism was reworked with the adoption of the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders in 2013. […]

Using Public Transit for School Commute Linked to Higher Absenteeism

March 20, 2019

By: Linda Jacobson
Source:  Education Dive Dive Brief: As more metropolitan school districts cut back on student transportation to save money, a recent study focusing on Baltimore City Public Schools — an open enrollment district — shows that relying on public transportation to get to school is associated with increases in absenteeism. Dive Insight: Little research on absenteeism, […]

When Personalized Learning Also Boosts Special Education Students

March 20, 2019

By: Tara Garcia Mathewson
Source:  The Hechinger Report BROOKLYN, N.Y. – The longer students attend Brooklyn Laboratory Charter School, the better they do. Many enter in sixth grade performing years behind grade level. By the end of middle school, though, they’re doing better than their peers in District 13. And that’s despite the fact that nearly […]

Explicit Phonics Instruction: It’s Not Just for Students with Dyslexia

March 19, 2019

By: Kyle Redford
Source:  Education Week “When we know better, we do better.” There is something forgiving and medicinal about that teaching mantra. I am regularly realizing that I could have taught something more effectively or that I should have been more culturally responsive in my language or practices. Content becomes outdated or is later revealed […]