The Kentucky tech system (KTS) data exchange is a secure transfer of student enrollment data between the student's high school and technical center. Participating technical schools can fully utilize KSIS in their classrooms. The data exchange streamlines processes, eliminates the need for email and paper reports, and minimizes dual data entry.
Technical schools participating in the data exchange process can fully utilize KSIS in their classrooms
Home high schools can run real-time attendance
reports that reflect attendance entered by the technical school into
KSIS. An optional attendance sync feature is available for high schools
that allows a nightly sync of previous day unknown attendance from the
technical school to the high school. The nightly data exchange process
posts students’ technical school grades to the appropriate high schools,
allowing for athletic eligibility determinations, and posting of both high
school and tech school grades on student report cards and transcripts.
The KTS Data Exchange YouTube channel contains past recorded trainings pertaining to the proper setup of KTS Data Exchange-related courses, attendance processing for technical students, and troubleshooting demonstrations. Subscribe to the channel to receive updates as new content is added. Come back to the KTS Data Exchange webpage periodically to check for upcoming training information.
See KDE's KSIS Training webpage for Infinite Campus training opportunities. Additionally, Infinite Campus provides all users with access to Campus Community and Infinite Campus University where users can access product information, sign up for forums and enroll in online trainings.
Submit questions about the KTS automated data exchange by sending email to KTS Support.