Student Key Results Indicator: Tracking Student Data for All Post-Secondary Pathways

February 15, 2022
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States have different names for key readiness indicators - Texas calls them CCMR, in Illinois it's called CCRI, in Ohio it's called OH Graduation Plan ... but in the end, it's a way for the state to measure the readiness of each student.

Don't waste time in the last few months of the school year, cobbling together 10+ data files from different departments and then clean the data to understand it. Automatically capture student readiness and use your time to counsel and advise them on post-secondary careers:

  • Automatically capture graduation requirements - test scores and GPA,  course selection such as AP and Dual Credit, and external experiences such as volunteering and accreditations
  • Turn lagging indicators into leading indicators - check student status in real time and intervene before it's too late
  • Centralize data sources - Combine data points from multiple sources into a single view for all stakeholders
  • Don't let students fall behind - Drill down to the student level with easy-to-use filters to view student level information

States have different names for key readiness indicators - Texas calls them CCMR, in Illinois it's called CCRI, in Ohio it's called OH Graduation Plan ... but in the end, it's a way for the state to measure the readiness of each student.

Don't waste time in the last few months of the school year, cobbling together 10+ data files from different departments and then clean the data to understand it. Automatically capture student readiness and use your time to counsel and advise them on post-secondary careers:

  • Automatically capture graduation requirements - test scores and GPA,  course selection such as AP and Dual Credit, and external experiences such as volunteering and accreditations
  • Turn lagging indicators into leading indicators - check student status in real time and intervene before it's too late
  • Centralize data sources - Combine data points from multiple sources into a single view for all stakeholders
  • Don't let students fall behind - Drill down to the student level with easy-to-use filters to view student level information

States have different names for key readiness indicators - Texas calls them CCMR, in Illinois it's called CCRI, in Ohio it's called OH Graduation Plan ... but in the end, it's a way for the state to measure the readiness of each student.

Don't waste time in the last few months of the school year, cobbling together 10+ data files from different departments and then clean the data to understand it. Automatically capture student readiness and use your time to counsel and advise them on post-secondary careers:

  • Automatically capture graduation requirements - test scores and GPA,  course selection such as AP and Dual Credit, and external experiences such as volunteering and accreditations
  • Turn lagging indicators into leading indicators - check student status in real time and intervene before it's too late
  • Centralize data sources - Combine data points from multiple sources into a single view for all stakeholders
  • Don't let students fall behind - Drill down to the student level with easy-to-use filters to view student level information

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States have different names for key readiness indicators - Texas calls them CCMR, in Illinois it's called CCRI, in Ohio it's called OH Graduation Plan ... but in the end, it's a way for the state to measure the readiness of each student.

Don't waste time in the last few months of the school year, cobbling together 10+ data files from different departments and then clean the data to understand it. Automatically capture student readiness and use your time to counsel and advise them on post-secondary careers:

  • Automatically capture graduation requirements - test scores and GPA,  course selection such as AP and Dual Credit, and external experiences such as volunteering and accreditations
  • Turn lagging indicators into leading indicators - check student status in real time and intervene before it's too late
  • Centralize data sources - Combine data points from multiple sources into a single view for all stakeholders
  • Don't let students fall behind - Drill down to the student level with easy-to-use filters to view student level information
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States have different names for key readiness indicators - Texas calls them CCMR, in Illinois it's called CCRI, in Ohio it's called OH Graduation Plan ... but in the end, it's a way for the state to measure the readiness of each student.

Don't waste time in the last few months of the school year, cobbling together 10+ data files from different departments and then clean the data to understand it. Automatically capture student readiness and use your time to counsel and advise them on post-secondary careers:

  • Automatically capture graduation requirements - test scores and GPA,  course selection such as AP and Dual Credit, and external experiences such as volunteering and accreditations
  • Turn lagging indicators into leading indicators - check student status in real time and intervene before it's too late
  • Centralize data sources - Combine data points from multiple sources into a single view for all stakeholders
  • Don't let students fall behind - Drill down to the student level with easy-to-use filters to view student level information

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States have different names for key readiness indicators - Texas calls them CCMR, in Illinois it's called CCRI, in Ohio it's called OH Graduation Plan ... but in the end, it's a way for the state to measure the readiness of each student.

Don't waste time in the last few months of the school year, cobbling together 10+ data files from different departments and then clean the data to understand it. Automatically capture student readiness and use your time to counsel and advise them on post-secondary careers:

  • Automatically capture graduation requirements - test scores and GPA,  course selection such as AP and Dual Credit, and external experiences such as volunteering and accreditations
  • Turn lagging indicators into leading indicators - check student status in real time and intervene before it's too late
  • Centralize data sources - Combine data points from multiple sources into a single view for all stakeholders
  • Don't let students fall behind - Drill down to the student level with easy-to-use filters to view student level information