On October 10, 2022, two representatives from the Louisiana Department of Education testified before the Louisiana Senate Education Committee. They were questioned about the issues teachers and districts faced with the rollout of the new electronic Special Education Reporting (eSER) system.
Thomas Lambert, Assistant Superintendent Office of Assessments, Accountability, & Analytics and Meredith Jordan, Executive Director of Diverse Learners largely focused on issues of human error and "the deep learning curve." They said the issue was teachers who couldn't figure out the new system, even though it was "more intuitive and looks like a modern web solution."
Was that your main issue when you tried to use this system? Or did you have to deal with bugs and glitches that hadn't been worked out yet?
Let the Senate Education Committee and the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education know about your experience with the system and how it needs to be improved moving forward.