COPA helps you track important information about the Family Engagement Process. From family goals and needs assessments, to visits and case notes on one powerful platform.
COPA’s three step workflow to automate your family engagement process.
Ready to level up your data management process? Here are six ways COPA will help you save time and stay productive in 2021.
With so many changes and restrictions happening due to COVID-19, Head Start administrators are looking for simple and easy-to-use reports.
If your document routing and management process involves sending emails, we’re about to show a much better system that’ll save you time and increase efficiency.
Have you been stocking up on essentials like masks, sanitizers, and thermometers? COPA Inventory management module is designed to help Head Start …
Did you know you can track remote, onsite, and blended attendance inside COPA? To help agencies stay organized during the pandemic, we added a few new features.
Staying in contact with parents, teachers, and staff, doesn’t have to be time consuming. When it comes to group notifications, the biggest time suck is…
COPA’s Card Scan module offers TWO contactless sign-in solutions for Head Start and Early Childhood Education providers.
Data tracking for Head Start providers now include Temperature checks and Health Screenings, cleaning logs and inventory, mask usage procedures, and social distancing guidelines.
Your COPA database is designed around your unique needs. This includes your program start and end date. Adjustments can be made as needed to accommodate changes before Rollover.
When it comes to creating customizable assessments for Head Start educators and healthcare professionals, COPA offers a dynamic and reliable solution. Our Assessment Tools include DRDP©, CLASS, PFCE, ASQ®, ROMA, and many more!
To the teacher who shows up every day, ready to educate and nurture growing minds.
The one who spends their own money to buy supplies that special project.
The Office of Head Start recently announced that the 2019-2020 PIR will not be required. The decision spotlights several important factors.
COPA is software-as-a-service (SaaS) which means you can access your database from anywhere, using a computer or mobile device and internet connection. No additional software or downloads needed.
While Working From Home As Head Start grantees coordinate with their local authorities to implement policies related to center closures, staff are looking for ways to transition to working remotely. Working from home brings its own set of challenges, but having the...
The real power of an effective data management solution is the ability to pull and organize data into meaningful reports.
COPA online parent portal helps Head Start and CAP agencies centralize the intake application process.
Group notifications let Head Start agencies easily communicate with parents and staff via group email or text notifications.
COPA helps Head Start staff record and report accurate Dual Language Learners (DLL) data.
Emma is COPA’s Database Implementation Manager with a unique SUPER-POWER: she intuitively understands the needs of Migrant Seasonal HS programs. That’s because Emma’s is a real-life Head Start success story.
Family Engagement is an interactive process of relationship-building for early childhood professionals.
Say goodbye to double data entry! The Universal Application is a centralized intake process that streamlines…
Electronic documents can save you time and curb data entry errors.
Are you Eligibility Requirements up to date? The Annual Poverty Guidelines are available for 2020.
Head Start centers around the country are using mobile text notifications to engage and educate parents.
Do you have a headache from toggling between several software solutions to manage all the different programs your agency offers? If you provide Head Start and CAP services and are using multiple systems to track your data, it may be time to evaluate and all-in-one solution.
When it comes to data management for Early Childhood Education initiatives like Head Start and publicly funded Community Action Programs, providers often rely on outdated processes and solutions. Some use cookie-cutter software or custom-designed spreadsheets, while others find themselves surrounded with mountains of paper and endless hours of data entry.