Five Dashboards Improving Student Achievement

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Any student progressing through the K-12 school system today will find success based on the makeup of their individual situation. Class size, school district budgets, principal action, teacher resources, family/parent engagement, and technology all have a profound impact on the way each student academically thrives or fails.

With the U.S. national dropout rate looming at 19% and a low global ranking in math, reading, and science, data insights are more critical than ever for unlocking the actionable changes necessary for improvement.

In this whitepaper, you’ll learn new ways to explore the many data sources connected to each student’s academic journey through a series of interactive dashboards. We’ll showcase five types of visualizations to empower administrators, teachers, and parents to make the best decisions for academically growing all students.

Read this whitepaper to learn how leading educators are improving student outcomes with data. You’ll see real examples of:

  • District-level resource and budget allocation
  • School-level performance assessments
  • On-demand answers for increased family and parent engagement
  • Operational decision making

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With a single rollover of a bar, a principal and instructional superintendent is able to say: how is my school spending as a percent of its budget as compared to all other schools like it? That question, as easy as it should be to get at, was radically transformative.

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