To stay ahead of the curve today, Federal Programs Directors need to be able to make course corrections midyear. Whether compiling achievement data on each student enrolled in Title I classes, assuring compliance of Federal grant programs, or monitoring special populations, Federal Program Directors need accurate, workable, comprehensive data within a few clicks - not behind multiple log-ins without a means to compare results with demographics.
SchoolStatus is designed to speak to the challenges faced by administrators who wrangle overwhelming amounts of confidential data. With SchoolStatus, you’ll make necessary changes throughout your school year instead of in the aftermath when it’s too late.
SchoolStatus integrates into your existing data platforms to provide federal program directors with a comprehensive dashboard. Quickly gather high-level insights about your school district or dive deep into individual student performance.
Our parent communication logs provide federal program directors with archived access to call recordings, emails, and texts. All parent-teacher communication is stored within the same platform as your student data.
Learn how real federal program directors are using SchoolStatus everyday to help improve accountability in their K-12 school districts.
Single platform allows you to:
Superintendent Forrest County School District
SchoolStatus helps superintendents get accurate, workable, comprehensive data within a few clicks, in an effort to improve K-12 school district performance.
SchoolStatus gives curriculum and instruction directors tools for viewing, sorting, and tracking students to see the student beyond the numbers and make decisions with confidence.
SchoolStatus is designed to help K-12 school principals stay informed about every aspect of their campus from parent communication details to assessment scores.
SchoolStatus integrates all student data into a digital student card, allow teachers to learn about historical assessment, benchmark data, past disciplinary issues, and more information for each student.