CLI Engage offers opportunities for organizations to share teacher and child data directly on CLI Engage for classrooms in partnership or collaboration. Our system provides opportunities for state agencies, regional organizations, school districts, Head Start agencies, and many others to facilitate enhanced partnership. CLI Engage currently houses many types of collaborations, including those between school districts, Head Start programs, and private child care, demonstrating our state’s rich history of local partnership.
Following a formal approval process, organizations are able to share class data on CLI Engage, providing opportunities for:
The formal approval process for collaboration classrooms on CLI Engage ensures that all partners agree to share the partnered classrooms, and only these classrooms. On CLI Engage, collaborations are established at the child level; this allows partners to share only those children receiving services from both organizations.
View our video below to learn more about the collaboration classroom set-up on CLI Engage!
The collaboration set-up process includes several steps for collecting required information, completing documents, collecting signatures/approval, and establishing the collaborations/data sharing on CLI Engage:
The collaboration documents (Letter of Agreement and Data Share Addendum) provide a framework to establish child-level data sharing permissions on CLI Engage. The language details permissions for viewing and editing child data on CLI Engage by user role, and includes provisions if not all children are dually-enrolled with both partners. Collaborations WILL NOT be established on CLI Engage until all partners formally agree to establish the collaboration and data sharing using one of the approved methods:
Submit a help ticket if you have any questions about collaborations on CLI Engage. Visit Public-Private Partnerships to learn more about collaborations, download sample MOUs and contracts, and view local collaboration examples.