Today, education professionals have access to more and more data providing in-depth information on student, teacher and school performance. But, there are times when you need to share that data with others. And when you share data, smaller more digestible datapoints are more effective. That's what our Charts App can do for you. In minutes you can build charts to share and engage with others.
Building charts with purpose
You can start building a chart by first defining its purpose. We have made it easy to navigate the many charts by sorting them into 3 focused categories; Monitor Progress, Compare Performance, or simply View.
Whether you want to Monitor Progress of a Student Group on an Assessment, or Compare Performance of Schools on Behaviors, or even Measure the Achievement Gap between at-risk Student Groups, the Charts App guides you through the steps to build the right chart for you.
Learn More, Configure and Save
Each Chart has an example image, a descriptive title, and an explanation of what the chart communicates. Once you find the right chart, simply configure it to perfectly meet your needs and render it.
You can save your chart by adding a label, description, and analysis if desired.
Once you save your chart, you can always go back to it and render using current data, or switching the data to reflect different results. You can also delete your saved chart.
It's all about sharing
The Charts App is designed to enable you to share your data visually in a clear and concise way. You can use these charts to show student growth evidence for TPEP, display assessment results for your school improvement plan, or compare performance of schools for your Board Meetings. Really any time you need visual data to use as evidence, Charts is where you should go. You can even assemble your charts into Dashboards or Key Performance Indicators to share with others.
Want to learn more?
If you would like to see a demonstration of the Charts App, simply fill out the form on this page and a SchoolData.net representative will contact you soon.