The Clearinghouse’s StudentTracker for High Schools’ service is a handy tool in the toolkit for examining students’ actual postsecondary pathways.
With StudentTracker for High Schools, you obtain accurate data to assess “summer melt” and steps to reduce it.
Clearinghouse’s Michele Gralak Describes How StudentTracker Helps Schools and Districts Put Data to Work for Success
Clearinghouse Business Analyst Michele Gralak describes how the Clearinghouse can help any school district or education nonprofit learn about their actual college graduation rates for their alumni and steps to boost those rates.
California’s Riverside County Office of Education Improves Students’ Postsecondary Success with Data and Education Insights
Discover how StudentTracker for High Schools’ data enables the Riverside County Office of Education to see and understand their students’ postsecondary outcomes.
Is national peer comparison of educational data helpful? Gil Compton, director of college and career readiness, education services, Riverside County Office of Education addresses.
One big challenge is developing systems to use the data, and then training people to use those systems. Riverside County Office of Education understands the importance of training.
Riverside County Improves Students’ Postsecondary Outcomes with Transcript Analysis and StudentTracker for High Schools
Discover how Riverside County uses smart data analysis to change the trajectory of students across a school or district for years to come.
Riverside County works with community colleges regularly to ensure a smooth transition and, ultimately, successful outcomes for students. To verify that students are successful through this pathway, the county also takes a close look at outcomes using StudentTracker for High Schools.
The K12 education community is a key group that we serve, and we’re delighted to offer an ever-expanding list of offerings to benefit our K12 community.
Accurate data shared among states, districts, and schools is one of the most significant areas in which many educators say improvements need to be made.