The challenge of collecting, accessing and analyzing the right data in sophisticated ways has plagued educators for decades. Despite that fact, “We’re a school district that uses data to drive instruction,” is still a popular mantra among district administrators everywhere. That's with good reason: dealing with "big data" has become an integral part of managing any school or district in the 21st century.
The promise of using data to inform educational decisions has always been tantalizingly close, and yet always seems to be just out of reach. In this inspirational white paper, you'll see how one district utilized Follett's Aspen Instructional Management System (IMS) to tame the "big data" beast and identify the connection between curriculum, professional development, students, and educators.
This session presents a menu of opportunities and strategies that can help parents know what to expect and guide your staff member's interactions.
With Follett Aspen Student Information System, Miami-Dade County Public Schools has all of its data in a single, secure, web-based system.
Communication and efficiency are two things that improved when this district used Aspen Student Information System.
Aspen SIS allows a diverse array of educators to have a single, comprehensive resource for accessing and managing data.
See how West Warwick School District in Rhode Island utilized Aspen SIS and Aspen IMS to manage key data and demonstrate measurable student growth.
Learn how librarians have transformed in to Library Media Specialists by using Destiny, Aspen IMS, and other Follett solutions.
See how one district successfully integrated the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) by using Aspen IMS for mapping, development, and communication.
Learn how the suite of out-of-the-box features in Aspen SIS helped one district streamline workflow and make the most of their funds.
District improves communication with parents with Aspen Student Information System.
“Follett’s support with Aspen is great. It is a true partnership, and we’ve had only good experiences so far.” - Keith Segalla, Executive Director of Career and Technology Education