Student Records

Accurate student records are pertinent to the study of demographic information, as well as building historical records for every individual student. In schools without accurate bookkeeping, students may be unclear of what requirements need to be met. Further, records are often kept with outdated pen and paper methods, and the data that is collected is not often aggregated over the entirety of a student's time in school. This can put students at a disadvantage when they are unsure of what the school requirements are, as well as being unable to access their own student metrics over their entire school career.


DLA Proposed Solution

Schools can implement and make use of technology systems which collect, aggregate, manage, and report on various types of education intelligence.  These include standardized assessment results, formative assessments, teacher evaluation results, and education demographic data.

Results

  • One program improved student demographic data accuracy over time from 86% to 99.4% correct.

  • 182 rubrics have been implemented by one solution for 25,486 users for 39 clients in 1,303 schools.


DLA Student Records Template

Student Records & Teacher Effectiveness Policy Template. Download the PDF file

Student Records & Teacher Effectiveness Policy Template.
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DLA Endorsed Bill Template

Endorsed Bill Template Download the PDF file

Endorsed Bill Template
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Sample Solutions

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RANDA’s tools for administrators and educators collect, aggregate, manage and report on various types of education intelligence.


Additional Issues Under Review

Digital Learning Alliance has identified several additional issues. As we add member companies who have a solution that serves the issue, we will update our information. Those additional areas under review include:

Public Education

Proficiency Improvements:

  1. Science
  2. Social Studies
  3. Dual Immersion
  4. Special Needs

  1. Low-Performing
  2. Comprehensive

Higher Education

  1. Remedial Education
  2. Graduation Rates
  3. Student Debt Burden
  4. Employment Opportunities

Workforce Development

  1. Economic Growth Modeling

Spanning Every Educational Level

  1. Assessment and Accountability
  2. Student Information Systems
  3. Online Learning, 24/7/365
  4. Broadband Connectivity
  5. Special Education