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Fall Release
Article Dec, 2017

Announcing Exciting New Updates for Award-Winning PowerSchool Unified Classroom

PowerSchool Unified Classroom™ delivers improvements for standards-based grading, assessment, and parent/student engagement.

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dillingham city school district
July, 2017

Dillingham City School District realizes significant ROI with PowerSchool Special Education

For Dillingham City School District, real, quantifiable ROI was easy — and quick — to determine once implementing PowerSchool Special Education.

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data driven education
May, 2017

Does Your School Have the Four Components Needed to Build a Data-Driven Education Approach?

While effort and change are necessary to move towards a data-driven education approach, with four components, the path becomes clear.

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personalized learning elements
April, 2017

Elements of Personalized Learning

Transformation to a personalized learning environment comes with a great promise for improving student engagement, but a new system does not happen overnight. An effective and sustainable personalized learning environment requires key elements be in place, including technology integration, broadband access, relevant policies and procurement processes, data collection and analysis systems, and accountability systems (especially with the opportunities in state plans under ESSA).

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data privacy
November, 2017

Do Your EdTech Vendors Take Student Data Privacy Seriously? Here Are 7 Key Questions to Ask.

Explore seven key questions to ask your education technology vendor about the critical responsibility of keeping student data safe and secure.

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February, 2017

Organizing Security Protocols

If there is one thing that I can say about network and data security as it relates to school districts is that it is complicated. There are a lot of software products, hardware appliances, activities, and personnel involved. I have found that IT security personnel have always struggled with the process of organizing and documenting the security protocols that they carry out.

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February, 2017

Dr. Ramiro Zuniga Discusses Networks, Data Security, and Risk Management

Dr. Ramiro Zuniga discusses data and network security in the K-12 industry including processes, risk management plans, and documentation.

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dashboarding
January, 2017

Dashboarding 101

The buzz around dashboards continues to grow, and, as I travel the US providing demonstrations, more and more educators are interested in learning what dashboards can do for them.

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December, 2016

5 Steps to Data-Driven Decision-Making

While many focus on the operational logistics required to keep our schools running, effective leaders are digging in on what happens in the classroom. And when you do so, you can quickly become overwhelmed by the amount of data available.

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December, 2016

6 Stats on Why Schools Need to be More Data-Driven

A report released by the Data Quality Campaign found many state education data sources to have outdated information, broken links, and many (many) numbers that have no meaning.

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North Olmsted City School District gains efficiency
December, 2016

How North Olmsted City School District Cleaned Up Student Data

North Olmsted City School District moved to online registration and significantly improved data collection efficiency as well as data accuracy, which is key to removing negative knock-on effects of bad data.

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November, 2016

Five Keys to Becoming a Data-Driven District

Perhaps the biggest key to the district’s success, McCook says, has been “training our staff to get them acclimated to the new tools we were providing, so they know how to use these tools to inform instruction. That part took some time.”

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Simplified Its Data Use
November, 2016

How One District Simplified Its Data Use—and Transformed Instruction

Radnor Township has data-themed staff development days that give teachers an opportunity to meet with their colleagues, look at student data together, and reflect on their practice. Having this information in one place makes the process so much easier, and it’s helping teachers transform their instruction.

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