Tom Livezey, Superintendent, Oakridge Public Schools
Mike Foster, Andrew VanWylen, Tim Raymer
Data analytics is The power of data analytics is rapidly moving moving districts towards into ththe e analytical orientation necessary to meet today’s challenges, and away from a traditional transactional orientation. In this presentation, Eidex team members reviewed pProduct enhancements that supporting this analytical orientation. were reviewed by Eidex team members.
Kara Cotton, Former Executive Director of Instructional Services for Howell Public Schools, has spent her career working to ensure students are academically, socially, and emotionally successful. Her experience has taught her two things — that although there are common elements in each area of education, every person, department, building, and district is unique, and that every place has stories to share, situations to learn from, and lessons to teach.
Data analytics helps with resource allocation and time management. Data analytics tools empower districts to focus on areas of need, while minimizing time spent on areas requiring less attention. Whether it is monitoring trends or analyzing comparable data of similar districts, these tools improve decision-making and save time.
Written by: Tim Raymer, Retired Assistant Superintendent, Forest Hills Public Schools
Reaching mutual agreement is always the goal, and reaching an agreement comes from clearly understanding the financial condition of the district.
Tom Livezy explains how to bring facts into negotiation discussions