Tag: student achievement

data privacy
Article Nov, 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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misunderstanding predictive analytics
May, 2017

Causes of Misunderstanding Predictive Analytics

With predictive analytics, comes many misunderstandings about what it actually is and how it can be implemented in K-12 education.

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student-outcomes
April, 2017

District Improves Student Outcomes With Special Education Product

One Detroit-area school district, West Bloomfield, struggled with special education administrative burdens & adopted PowerSchool to improve student outcomes

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achievement-gap
April, 2017

Understanding the Achievement Gap in K-12 Schools

Examine the background and impact of the educational achievement gap in America’s schools as well as tactics on how to narrow it.

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March, 2017

Accredited with Warning: Garland Quarles’ 7-Step School Turnaround Formula

Quarles teachers are not only using data to inform instruction decisions, but are also accurately predicting student performance on summative assessments.

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graduation-rate
March, 2017

Goochland County Public Schools Increases Graduation Rate to 96.7%

The district implemented PowerSchool Analytics in 2012 to easily monitor student subgroups, meet federal objectives, and identify exactly when students started struggling.

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December, 2016

Tips for Engaging Parents in Their Child’s Education

Parent involvement is a well-known strategy that can help boost student achievement, but a significant majority of teachers say fewer than 25 percent of parents are involved in their classroom, a new survey reveals.

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September, 2015

Positive Reinforcement Drives Student Achievement

Today, results were released of a year-long study that explores the impact of positive behavior supports in the classroom. After hearing so many anecdotal stories about the success of Learning Earnings in classrooms and schools, we partnered with Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) to formally measure how effective a positive reinforcement program could be in […]

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Helping Poor Test Takers Make the Grade
May, 2014

Helping Poor Test Takers Make the Grade

Many students consider themselves to be poor test takers. For some of these students, the label alone is enough to raise their stress level, which has been shown to negatively affect test scores and continue the cycle. However, there may be a logical and fixable reason for their consistently low test scores.

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