In looking at data in their Mosaic District Progress Monitoring platform, district leaders at Newberg Public Schools found some surprising insights in their attendance data that led them to conduct empathy interviews with certain student groups in an effort to reduce chronic absenteeism.
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?
Our friends at Education Resource Strategies created the Districts at Work series of case studies to highlight ways districts successfully connected planning to implementation to get their initiatives working for schools and students.
We love hearing stories about customers going above and beyond to help their students succeed. A recent article from Chalkbeat features Achievement First, a network of public charter schools, and how they are looking to use scholarships as a way to address the problem of undermatching.
We’re excited to announce Student Intervention Groups! We designed this feature to help your teams take the next step when making decisions with data each day.
For a second year, we were fortunate to offer Mosaic District Progress Monitoring grants to school systems who want to drive student success through the use of data. This year, 22 different awards were extended across 13 different states. Our second cohort of recipients includes ASU Preparatory Academy, Auburn City School District, Binghamton City School […]
Schoolzilla is honored to be named “Best For Customers” and “Best For Workers” by B Corporation this year! We were one of many wonderful companies across the world who earned a customer & worker score in the top 10 percent of more than 2,400 Certified B Corporations on the B Impact Assessment.
March is always one of Schoolzilla’s most rewarding times of year! Why? It’s the time we get to gather with data champions to share best strategies, strengthen skills, and thought partner with a collective of leaders that are eager and intentional about the work they do on behalf of students each day. Each year, we try to make the Data Champion Summit experience new, so for our fourth year, we completed a three-state tour!
Since our initial release of Mosaic District Progress Monitoring, we’ve received great feedback from people around the country about what they love about Mosaic and how we can make it even more useful. In response to their feedback, we’ve added dynamic Student Views. Educators can now create dynamic lists of students based on multiple metrics. […]
We are proud to be one of the early signatories of the Student Privacy Pledge, joining back in 2015. We are in full agreement with the spirit and the letter of the Pledge and its goal of promoting the “safe and effective use of student information for student, teacher, and school success.” In February, we […]