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 District, Buena Park Elementary, Charlottesville City Schools, Clarke County School District, Friendship Public Charter School, Hollister School District, Jamestown City School District, Ketchikan Gateway Borough School District, Laurens County School District, Lebanon School District, Maine-Endwell Central School District, MaST Community Charter Schools, McPherson Unified School District 418, Norwich School District, Orangeburg Consolidated School District, Public Prep Network, Santa Rosa City Schools, String Theory Schools, Wawasee Community School Corporation, and Ypsilanti Community Schools.
Many of the school systems have already accepted and are on their way to implementing new systems and strategies to make data more understandable and accessible, set goals that yield equitable outcomes across multiple measures, and to foster continuous improvement during the year, through the regular monitoring of real-time, leading indicators.
We’re excited about the encouraging ways our grant recipients plan to establish or enhance successful data systems within their schools. It is our honor and privilege to partner with district and school leaders as they work hard to create actionable goals and achieve winning outcomes for students.
We look forward to doing good work…together.
Congratulations to our 2018 cohort!