District Administration Magazine’s Readers’ Choice Top 100 Education Products, 2016
El Dorado Hills, California—School Innovations & Achievement’s [now SchoolStatus] groundbreaking achievement program has been recognized for the fourth straight year as a Readers Choice Top 100 product by District Administration magazine.
Recognized over four consecutive years for making a positive difference in education by the K-12 leaders who use it, Attention2Attendance [now SchoolStatus Attend] is changing how districts view attendance data and more importantly, [SchoolStatus Attend] is reducing truancy and excessive absences and creating a culture of achievement for students across the country.
[SchoolStatus Attend] is helping close the achievement gap among more than 2 million students in six states, once again earned the national recognition among a competitive field of more than 1,500 entries as the result of votes cast by its school clients.
“We are very gratied to again to be included on this prestigious list,” said Jeff Williams, president and chief executive officer of School Innovations & Achievement. “But I think what is most compelling about this award is that it came from our clients. The district and school personnel that actually use Attention2Attendance on a daily basis and can see firsthand how our software and services are making a difference in the lives of students.”
Based on the fundamental, but often overlooked, link between good attendance habits and improved academic achievement, the Achievement Initiative provides a seamless connection between school staff, district administrators, and parents that ensures early intervention and careful monitoring.
Districts that partner with [SchoolStatus] and make the commitment to focus on attendance are closing the achievement gap. Through early and consistent interventions, they have reported and an increase in communications with parents of 975 percent and as a result, graduation rates among at-risk students have increased about 15.5 percent on average.
District Administration magazine has a readership of more than 200,000 K-12 school leaders in virtually every district in the U.S.
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