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1 Tiny Change to Lesson Planning Creates Massive Impact

1 Tiny Change to Lesson Planning Creates Massive Impact

If a few small changes to lesson planning could make your district 5xs more likely to become high performing, reduce stress in your teachers, and...

Video Contest for Educators!

What better way to kick off the school year than with a few extra duckets? We want to hear all about how OnCourse has improved the way you manage your school or classroom!

Ep 1: Back-to-School Upgrades for Administrators!

In this first episode, we share several of the new free updates available to administrators using OnCourse including fee management, principal evaluations, graduation pathways, and more!

20 Educators Schooled Me On Data-Driven Instruction

This summer I got to participate in a gathering of school administrators to collaborate on:

  • Finding time for K-12 data initiatives
  • Shifting from labor-intensive analysis to data visualization
  • ...

#FutureFriday: What's Plaguing Your School Data Initiatives?

In today's #FutureFriday, we talk about two of the biggest reasons why data projects falter in many school districts. To sign up for a free copy of the upcoming eBook on K-12 Data Visualization, ...

100 School Leaders Voted on the State of Data-Driven Education

Whether you are an aspiring Future Ready school, or prioritizing your district-wide initiatives to the beat of your own drum, there's no question that K12 schools are dashing to master “mindful...

Data Visualization Summit For NJ School Leaders: Registration Open!

What if someone invented a GPS that guided you and your team along the journey to student outcomes? Imagine how deftly your team could manuever if they received instant alerts about places where...

How to Save Your School from Ed-Tech Overload!

We take a quick break from #FutureFriday to jam on a hot topic for next school year: why are schools trading in their software collection in favor of building an “ed-tech ecosystem”?