In today’s increasingly complex education environment, K-12 school districts find themselves trying to perform school data analysis while managing growing amounts of education data from any number of sources.
They have student information systems, teacher information repositories, student assessment data, financial data systems and human resources data—often existing as a string of unconnected data islands.
All of this data can be a valuable asset, giving districts key information to support continuous school improvement. However, when the information resides in disparate databases, it can be difficult—or impossible—to connect the dots to better understand cause and effect.
Mine your district’s rich data
Do you know the full value of your data and the depth of information it can reveal? Even well-organized and maintained education data may be under-used by districts. Districts may seek guidance on how to fully exploit this rich mine of information and continuously measure their progress toward strategic improvement goals.
TetraData, our comprehensive K-12 data-driven decision support tool, incorporates best practices to help districts build high-performance learning environments. With the right processes and school data analysis technology in place, districts can assess the factors that drive performance to help ensure each student achieves to potential.
Drive change toward goals
We share this thought leadership as part of the TetraData implementation process, helping each district define for themselves the key indicators that will help them analyze their progress and measure their success. By partnering with school districts across the country, Follett Software has gained unique perspectives regarding the wealth of information that districts can extract from their data and how they can use it to drive change.
What does it look like to be data-driven?
Strong educational processes are the key to becoming data-driven—but technology can accellerate effectiveness. Learn how Iredell-Statesville Schools (NC) became data-driven and what that looks like today. Watch now