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Leverage education intelligence to gain insight and take actions you know improve results.

Since public school educators can't work any harder, it's time to help them work smarter.

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What is Education Intelligence?

Education Intelligence integrates professional growth analytics with student and staff outcomes data to create insights that empower educators to know exactly which programs are driving improved results and which are not. With this correlated and connected data, resource-strained educators no longer have to spend valuable time and money on unproven programs, technology platforms, student data analysis, or training. 

Education Intelligence gives leaders actionable insights into which programs and initiatives are most effective in driving long-term change and improvements.

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01. Provide Smart Professional Learning

Instead of relying on anecdotal observations from classroom visits, school districts that use evidence-based coaching can document the growth of their teachers, coaches, and principals by collecting tangible examples of their learning in real-time. Instructional coaching platforms like eSuite include an integrated growth portfolio to house all of this evidence in one place and give coaches/leaders the opportunity to verify that growth is actually happening.

Similarly, districts are able to maximize implementation of evidence-based coaching internally by certifying their instructional coaches through the e2L Coaches Academy, which expands each coach's capacity to support up to 70 teachers.

02. Correlate growth to outcomes data

Equipped with teacher and staff growth data, school leaders can directly correlate ongoing professional learning with student outcomes data to get a clear picture of the programs that are improving student achievement.

eSuite’s impactConsole+ makes it easy for school and/or district leaders to import their student and staff outcomes data – such as student achievement, teacher retention, employee satisfaction surveys, and more – and correlate to the coaching and growth data already in eSuite.

03. Calibrate and adjust support programs

Once the data is connected and correlated, school and district leaders are able to see how effective their support programs are at improving the outcomes that matter the most. This approach helps leaders make data-informed decisions about which initiatives to continue implementing and investing in and which to strategically abandon.

Over time, education intelligence becomes a powerful tool for proving the efficacy and long-term success of all of your initiatives.

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