You may be familiar with the use of grade point averages (GPA) in summarizing an individual student’s achievement levels – particularly when it comes to college admissions. But did you know this metric can also help schools spot and support struggling students, and allow administrators and educators to monitor the progress of schools and subgroups?
In our white paper, we provide insights as to what GPA can be an indicator of as well as potential uses for the GPA metric that many may not initially think of:
- Improving school performance and culture
- Ensuring equity across classes and subgroups within and across schools
- Targeting interventions for specific students