We are absolutely thrilled to have Schoolzilla as a partner in our district’s transformation. Their commitment to making sure we have the information necessary to make sustainable change for our kids is not only powerful but inspiring. Not every partner operates the way Schoolzilla does and I wish more would!
Manually joining all of our student-level data from dozens of sources multiple times a year wasn’t even in the realm of possibility for us. It would have taken weeks. Schoolzilla empowered us to provide access to data and analyses that our school leaders and teachers had desired for years.
Schoolzilla has been an invaluable tool that is used regularly by both our district and site administrators. The use of Schoolzilla at the district level has assisted leadership in viewing in-time data to support discussions regarding both celebrations and support. At the site level, Schoolzilla allows principals to disaggregate the data by student groups at the click of a button to identify achievement gaps, chronic absenteeism, and disproportionality with student behavior.
Fast access to item-, standard-, and strand-level analysis for every student gave teachers more time to use and plan around data, instead of gathering and analyzing it.
Aspire dug into their data to unearth factors contributing to their student attrition challenge so they could adjust policies and interventions and ultimately get more students on track for college.
In recent years, leaders in the small, rural, high-poverty district of Fairfield County, South Carolina began to wonder whether they could better meet the needs of their changing student population. This case study shares how leaders at Fairfield County School District are studying the data behind student scores and grades to understand how best to serve their students.
Chronic absenteeism and behavior challenges are often barriers to students graduating from high school college and career ready. This case study shows how San Jacinto Unified School District overcame the difficulty of having their data spread amongst multiple data systems and formats by using Mosaic District Progress Monitoring to integrate several streams of demographic, behavioral, and academic information and help leaders see which teachers, subjects, and students are struggling.