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SEES FAQ

Student Engagement Evaluation System (SEES)

Frequently Asked Questions for SASIDs Reporting

List of questions:

What is SEES?

SEES is the evaluation system that is used for collecting State Assigned Student Identifiers (SASIDs) of students served for grant progress reporting. The current grants that use this system are the Expelled and At-Risk Student Services (EARSS) Grant Program and the Student Reengagement Grant Program. Grantees can securely upload their completed SASIDs excel file into the SEES system.

What are SASIDs?

The Record Integration Tracking System enables CDE to conduct detailed analysis of student performance over time by assigning unique student identifiers to each student in the State of Colorado, known as the SASID. The SASID is a 10-digit number and is often the same as the school’s student ID, but not always. It depends on the district. Be sure to check with your data services contact.

How do I access SEES?

Your district LAM (Local Access Manager) will need to provide you with access to the SEES system. Once you have received access, test your login at the Colorado Department of Education Identity Management webpage by going to applications in the left navigator bar and clicking on Student Engagement Evaluation System (SEES).

Username: email
Password: click on the ‘forgot my password’ to reset it

Who is my district LAM and what is her/his role?

The LAM is the local access manager. Their role is to maintain identity management. You will need to work with them to gain access to the SEES system and enter in your data.

How do I identify my district LAM?

If you do not know who your LAM is, please complete the online request form on the Colorado Department of Education Identity Management webpage by going to applications in the left navigator bar and clicking on Request for Assistance.

How will the district LAM know what access to give me?

Through the Request for Assistance form, your district LAM will be notified and provided guidance on accessing SEES.

What are the components of the progress report in SEES?

The report will include the SASIDs (State Assigned Student Identifiers) excel sheet to upload to SEES.

What are the benefits of using the SEES evaluation system?

The primary benefit in using SEES is that it will inform CDE of your progress to date and allow you to share student Personally Identifiable Information (PII) securely. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact:

Tricia Walz
Program and Evaluation Assistant
Office of Dropout Prevention and Student Re-engagement
(303) 866-6635