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One Year with Schoolrunner: Kansas City Girls Preparatory Academy

We’re using student data in a way that helps us think, “What are our actions as adults to support students?” We recently had the opportunity to chat with Dani Murphy, the Founding Operations Manager at Kansas City Girls Preparatory Academy, about her school’s experience one year after launching Schoolrunner as their central data system. Kansas […]

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Trends & Student Data Strategies during Hybrid Learning: Part 2

In part 2 of our Trends & Student Data Strategies during Hybrid Learning post, you’ll hear about creative approaches to understanding engagement, how schools are using a health tracker to get a snapshot of student health before the school day starts, and one strategy for tracking learning gaps and responding with interventions and tutoring.  Trend […]

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ESSER Funding 101 & Using Student Data Strategies to Respond to Learning Loss

With the recent passage of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA) in December 2020, conversations around ESSER funding seem to be popping up in more and more education spaces. Now, with the addition of new funds from the American Rescue Plan, released on March 24, 2021, our team wanted to share some […]

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Student Engagement Data: How to Make it Easy & Actionable

Schoolrunner is proud to serve thought leading schools across the country in using data to analyze, track, and improve student achievement. For more than 10 years, we’ve worked with teachers and school administrators to drive student success at many of the nation’s most progressive schools. Our comprehensive system has helped schools manage academics, attendance, culture, […]

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Data Strategies for Distance Learning: DC Data Summit

As schools across the country kick off the new school year, school leaders are faced with an unprecedented set of unknowns. After all, no one alive today has started a school year with most if not all of their public school students learning remotely. Experience counts, but how helpful is it when the new school […]

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Learning While School is Closed: What Comes Next?

These days, it’s so 2019 to think about business as usual for our nation’s schools. Now that we’re several months into schools being closed because of COVID-19, there are some early lessons and challenges to reflect on that will help school leaders and staff think about and plan for the start of the 2020-21 school […]

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