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Identifying and Addressing Learning Loss in Public School Districts

Published on February 16, 2021

“There is a significant amount of learning loss that we’re going to have to adjust and account for to give kids what they morally deserve.”

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This Superintendent Focused on the Holistic Needs of His Students and Addressed Chronic Absenteeism at the Same Time

Published on February 15, 2021

Covid-19 Amplified School-Home Barriers. Chickasaw City Schools Broke Them Down.

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Bringing Black History into Every Classroom

Published on February 09, 2021

“One must know where they have been before they can know where they are going,” shares eighth-grade math teacher Sharra Jones. February is Black History Month and in celebration, we asked SchoolStatus educators to tell us about how they highlight Black History in their classrooms and schools.

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A Beginners Framework for Parent-Teacher Communication

Published on February 04, 2021

When parents are engaged with their child’s education, good things happen. Students are absent less, get in trouble less, and do better on summative assessments. And when educators communicate with parents meaningfully? Engagement increases.

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4 Ways SchoolStatus Can Help Keep At-Risk Students on Track

Published on February 02, 2021

At-risk. It’s a common term in education. It’s a scary term to most.

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SchoolStatus Appoints EdTech Leader Marcus Kingsley as Vice President of Sales

Published on January 15, 2021

SchoolStatus, the K12 edtech company that harnesses student data insight to power teacher conversations, today announced the hiring of a new Vice President of Sales, Marcus Kingsley. Kingsley is a technology sales leader with more than fifteen years of experience in international sales and marketing.

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Meet the Teacher Taking TikTok By Storm

Published on January 13, 2021

Who Doesn’t Need a Laugh This Year?!

Everyone is tired of hearing it, but this school year has been challenging. Whether it’s dealing with technology issues, digitizing your lessons, or engaging students you can’t even see, teachers have been on the front lines to keep our communities sane and functioning. So the question is, who doesn’t need a laugh right now?

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Are Open Educational Resources (OER) right for your district?

Published on December 10, 2020

Each year public schools spend millions of dollars on copyright-protected textbooks. Districts do this even though we now live in a digitally dominated world full of open-sourced books. But there’s an alternative.

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Get the Door, the Superintendent is Here!

Published on November 10, 2020

Wayne Rodolfich wants to get to know you. And your mom and dad, too. In fact, Wayne Rodolfich might be stopping by your house to say a quick hello and find out if there is anything you need.

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TEA Requirements for Case Reports Necessitate District-Wide Tracing Tools

Published on October 21, 2020

In late September, the Texas Education Agency began requiring schools to submit information about COVID-19 cases via an online form each Monday. The form is to be used by Texas Local Education Agency (LEA) staff to report test-confirmed cases in public schools. Antibody testing does not need to be reported. TEA will link to the data from their COVID-19 website. 

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