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Curriculum Mapping and Assessment Data Collection Software Support

CoSer: 512-6360

Service Codes:



Sara Gavens
(518) 862-5322

2017-18 Pricing:

Based on services requested.


Through this service, subscribers can purchase user licenses for supported curriculum mapping and assessment data collection and reporting software packages. NERIC staff assist teachers and administrators with developing and integrating their curriculum maps into the software. Where appropriate, professional development may be presented in collaboration with Capital Region BOCES' Educational Support Services staff.

The software packages currently supported are listed below:

  • Curriculum Connector® (512.030.040/512.031.030) is a curriculum mapping system that allows teachers to extensively search and share information while they create content, skills, assessments, lessons, units, essential questions and maps.
  • Performance Plus® Software Bundle (512.030.100/512.031.090) is a comprehensive system that allows educators to collect, analyze and interpret knowledge from curriculum and assessment data. It allows educators to easily track student performance as a standards-based curriculum is enhanced or developed. Performance Plus® is comprised of two products that can be purchased together as a single suite of services or separately either as a curriculum mapping or assessment tracking solution.
  • Performance Tracker/Assessment Builder® (512.031.070) provides a single system to access, create and analyze data, which can then be viewed via interactive charts, graphs and reports easily tracked and correlated to state standards.
  • Rubicon Atlas® (512.030.060/512.031.050) is a Web-based customizable curriculum mapping application designed to electronically facilitate collaboration among teachers and administrators across the grades, subject areas and school buildings. Available tools within Atlas include: immediate access to curriculum, data tracking of educational goals and benchmarks, easy identification of curriculum gaps and redundancies, the alignment of curriculum to district and state standards and links to online library sources.