As the engine powering your organization’s transformation efforts, you’ll find supports here that you can readily adopt and deploy to make the journey of achieving your institution’s modernization goals a reality. Explore the content below to find tools you can tailor to meet your needs and accelerate progress today.
P-20W+ Reference Architecture
The COI is a collaborative that strives to revolutionize the P-20W+ landscape. The COI Reference Architecture Team believes in the power of principles to guide work and keep focused on the collective mission. This document introduces the P-20W+ Reference Architecture, which aims to provide a shared, enterprise-capable solution for states and P-20W+ organizations to adopt and implement as they engage in their modernization efforts.
Standards Glossary V.2
Project Unicorn's Standards Glossary V.2 serves as an at-a-glance listing of interoperability standards that exist within the K-12 environment. The glossary will be helpful to users who are looking for a brief overview of the different standards in the K-12 space.
Innovation Quick-Start - Data Dictionaries
This resource focuses on exemplar states who practice strong metadata management through collaborative, inclusive, and novel approaches to metadata management. It presents some thoughtful and innovative best practices afoot by states so users throughout the nation can learn from their experience. By sharing what’s working together, the Community of Innovation believes states can benefit from collective advancements in the P-20W+ space. The information contained here can help users build sustainable maintenance cadences, improve accessibility, and lower the barrier to entry for stakeholders who want to use data well.
The Academy is a series of step-by-step, easy-to-understand, on-demand training courses that will equip non-technical and technical education professionals with the skills, tools, and resources necessary to successfully deploy and use the Ed-Fi Technology Suite and Data Standard.
PESC Approved Standards
Learn more about all PESC approved standards by visiting this site.
Credential Engine Transparency/Ctdl
The Credential Transparency Description Language (CTDL) is the family of de facto standards for making descriptions of credentials and other resources available as data for search and discovery and cross-system interoperability.
Credential Engine Solutions/Apis
The Credential Registry APIs are for integrations with systems or software products for the purpose of publishing data to and/or for consuming data from the Credential Registry. This site provides a broad overview.
Credential Engine - Technical Site
The Credential Engine technical site provides complete documentation for all Credential Engine technical resources. This site is geared towards technical staff, including developers.