Press Releases

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, 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, […]

Accelify Solutions Joins IMS Global Learning Consortium

March 1, 2018

Accelify Solutions, LLC (Accelify), a leading provider of special education management systems, is pleased to announce it has attained IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS) conformance certification for OneRoster v1.1. As the leading provider of open interoperability standards for educational institutions, suppliers, and government organizations, IMS enables education institutions to be more innovative, provide a more […]

Industry News

Could the Arts Be the Answer to Student Engagement?

October 10, 2018

By: Jennifer Jackson
Source:  Education Week We all want to explore, discover, and feel inspired. As teachers, we try to harness this drive in our classrooms. Every lesson plan, for example, has a hook at the beginning designed to grab students’ interest. But our schools always need more pathways for engaging learners. Arts integration can open […]

Haunted Mansion Delivers Scares in Service to Kids with Disabilities

October 9, 2018

By: Rachel Nania
Source:  Washington’s Top News (WTOP) WASHINGTON — Most months of the year, the campus at the Arc of Loudoun, a nonprofit school dedicated to educating and supporting children with disabilities, is calm and peaceful. But come October, things get a little weird. It’s not unusual to find a gallon of “professional quality blood paint” […]

Air Travelers With Disabilities to Get ‘Bill Of Rights’

October 9, 2018

By: Courtney Perkes
Source:  Disability Scoop A bill of rights for airline passengers with disabilities and enhanced disability training for Transportation Security Administration officers, among other changes, are on the way under a new federal law. President Donald Trump signed legislation late last week to reauthorize funding for the Federal Aviation Administration for five years. Contained […]

The Teen Brain: How Schools Can Help Students Manage Emotions and Make Better Decisions

October 9, 2018

By: Sarah D. Sparks
Source:  Education Week Adolescence tends to be seen by parents—and many teachers—with dread. Teenagers are likelier to engage in risky behaviors and disengage from school. But emerging cognitive and neuroscience research suggests ways schools can help leverage teens’ strengths in this unique developmental period. In symposia at International Mind, Brain, and Education […]

Specialized Teacher Training Yields More Success for Kids with ASD

October 8, 2018

By: Shaun Heasley
Source:  Disability Scoop Training public school teachers specifically to work with students who have autism makes a big difference, new research suggests, helping kids on the spectrum excel in mainstream classes. A new study looking at elementary schools in districts across the country finds that providing teachers with just a little bit of extra knowledge […]