As many of our customers know, my favorite part of SchoolStatus is our reporting engine. I’m a big fan of manipulating and smashing data together to see cool correlations and timely trends.
One of the worst days I ever had teaching was when I thought I could teach while suffering from the flu.
As the Senior Training Ninja, I get to hear a lot of stories of how SchoolStatus has helped teachers and administrators save time by
This post was originally published one year ago, but we wanted to dust it off for the start of the school year. Enjoy!
When students and parents are sent text messages on a regular basis, student achievement improves.
As an educator, making calls to parents is tricky for a number of reasons. Lack of time, difficult documentation processes, and unpleasant subject matter all contribute to why you might feel anxious about completing the task.
When I first started marketing and selling to educators, there was a huge focus on college readiness.
As far as I can tell, everyone I have ever met is either at the beach right now, planning a trip to the beach, or just got back from the beach. Summer is prime time for vacations in general. Kids are out of school, the skies are blue, and really it’s too hot to do a whole lot of productive stuff anyway.
A child attends school anywhere between 175-180 days a year, and some absences are to be expected in the case of illness, family emergencies, etc… but did you know that missing just two days a month can hinder your child’s education?