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Learning Partner Dashboard
One of the foundations of our work is to build the capacity to make data-driven decisions. To this end, Strive is helping lead the creation of an open source web application to serve as a local comprehensive birth through college data system. This system will ensure that more comprehensive student level data is available to determine what is working and where to invest resources. Academic and nonacademic student support data will be incorporated in one web-based system so that a comprehensive picture of student learning will be available to all stakeholders. Strive is working in partnership with Cincinnati Public Schools and Microsoft Corporation.
In the Learning Partner Dashboard:
Partners will have the ability to input student-level information about the programs and services they are providing to students. The benefit to the partners is that they can help students deal with issues they’re having in school, as well as have better data to modify and enhance their programs.
In return, the schools and the district get access to data collected by its partners on such indicators as the frequency and length of visits by its students to various afterschool sites and activities. Teachers, schools, and the district can assess the impact of community-based programs and services on student achievement.
This system will also facilitate better communication and collaboration between schools, community partners, students, and parents. The expected outcome is that schools, the district, and community partners will have much better data for use in decision making and resource allocation.
Elements of the system include:
- Student data would be linked by individual student identifier
- Partner organizations would enter or upload this data and analyze it with selected parts of the district’s data.
- Confidentiality would be ensured through a system of safeguards, including agreements between the school, the partners, and the parent/guardian(s) of each child tracked.
- The system would enable the ability to track common shared outcomes.
- District and partners could channel resources to what is effective at helping students achieve
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The Strive Partnership is focused on the success of our children: every child, every step, from cradle to career. The Strive Partnership unites common providers around shared issues, goals, measurements and results, and then actively supports and strengthens strategies that work.