Maximizing high school graduation rates is no longer enough — school districts must prepare every student to succeed in college. Here’s how the Postsecondary Success Initiative helped three districts transition into this new educational paradigm.
In today’s schools, data-driven decision-making is a must — but educators don’t always receive the training they need to make sense of student data. Find out how teachers and administrators can get up to speed.
As data-driven decision making is increasingly used in education, it’s important to gain insights into the whole child rather than the disparate systems that are typically how data is presented. Early warning and intervention (EWI), college and career readiness (CCR), and social and emotional learning (SEL) programs often collect and use information in silos. However, it is critical that educators are able to bring together this information for a holistic view of their students to make a real impact.