New Resources for K-12 School Districts to Identify & Address Learning LossPosted Feb 24, 2021
Ridgeland, MS February 23, 2021
SchoolStatus, the K12 edtech company that integrates student data silos into actionable insight for educators, today announced the release of several resources to help with one of the highest priorities currently facing school district leaders—identifying and measuring learning loss.
New resources include:
Using Technology to Identify and Address Learning Loss in K-12 Schools — White Paper by Dr. Matthew Lynch of the Edvocate
Identify & Measure Student Learning Loss in the Absence of State Test Data — Live Webinar
How will you measure student growth and achievement without the data from Spring 2020 State assessments? Dr. Joy Smithson, Data Scientist for SchoolStatus, will share strategies on how to identify and monitor your at-risk students who cannot afford to slip through the cracks. Curriculum and Instruction Leaders from Columbia School District will showcase how they have tackled this challenge in past years and continue to do so today. The Webinar will be held on Thursday, March 4th at 2pm CST. Registration is available here.
Additional resources and information on Measuring and Addressing Learning Loss are available on the SchoolStatus website.
SchoolStatus is the district-wide platform that integrates key student data in order to create decision-making and communication efficiencies for educators and district administrators. The company’s solution aggregates individual student data, such as state assessments, benchmarks, attendance, and grades in an easy-to-visualize format and embeds tools to communicate progress and achievements with student families via call, text, and email. Through SchoolStatus, millions of communications have occurred on the classroom, campus, and district level. For more information about SchoolStatus, visit http://www.schoolstatus.com.