About IEP&Me:

IEP stands for individualized education program – a document for educators, students with individual learning needs, and their legal guardians to organize an education plan. IEPs create transparency for a student’s progress and give the student and their family legal protection. 1 in 5 students in the US have a learning difference. While 1 in 10 students are multilingual learners. IEP&Me exists to foster better experiences and outcomes for all stakeholders. They hope to make intuitive, accessible software for educators, students, and the adults supporting them.

About the relationship:

IEP&Me initially built a Clever integration to offer single sign-on (SSO) and rostering. After working with 6 pilot learning institutions, IEP&Me realized they needed to offer more integrations features, specifically assignment sync. Given that IEP&me was preparing to go into a funding round, only had two engineers, and back-to-school was around the corner, IEP&Me wanted to offload integrations. When Bridgett Leslie and Marc Ward from IEP&Me heard about Edlink, they were both curious to learn more.

With one integration to Edlink, IEP&Me gains over a dozen LMS, SIS, and IAM integrations. Edlink makes it possible for IEP&Me's development team to focus on building core product features, not waste time building complex integrations. And with new integration features like assignment sync, the team can provide a truly seamless experience to their users. Now IEP&Me can launch into an upcoming season of growth with Edink to support their connections.

Edlink is the fastest and easiest way to integrate your learning platform with school data systems. Working with Edlink's Unified API saves development teams headaches, gets operational teams to-market faster, and helps sales teams win more deals.

Edlink currently supports 75+ edtech companies and is currently working behind the scenes to help over 30 million students use their edtech products seamlessly with their school’s LMS, SIS, and identity management platform (like Clever, or ClassLink). We’re trusted to exchange sensitive data securely by edtech companies, school IT administrators, and district leaders in over 2,500 educational institutions, and growing.

To learn more about IEP&Me, visit www.iepandme.com

To learn more about Edlink, visit ed.link.