We Partner with Innovative Educators
We partner with progressive educators to implement a vision for high-performing schools where all students have the opportunity to reach their full academic potential. Teachers need to understand all of the factors affecting student performance. Seeking that information can lead to a frustrating perpetual data hunt. With EdInsight, the information is only a click away. Add Kandoolu, our new personalized learning tool, and teachers have new ways of acting on the data with an engaging, mobile-friendly app that kids love.
View ALL of your data in one online location. Identify at-risk students, review assessment scores and manage interventions.
Get a real-time snapshot of learning and assign targeted enrichment activities with the Kandoolu Learning Navigator.
The EdInsight Student Performance Suite
The EdInsight suite consists of integrated modules that help teachers, principals, and central office administrators improve classroom instruction and student achievement in their district.
- EdInsight Data Dashboard
The Data Dashboard makes it easier to aggregate, organize, and analyze student information.
- EdInsight Curriculum Management System
The Curriculum Management System includes an online lesson planner and curriculum mapper, connecting content to state and common core standards.
- EdInsight Assessment Builder
The Assessment Builder allows educators to create standards-aligned formative and common assessments for use both online and via bubble sheets.
- EdInsight RTI/MTSS Software
The EdInsight Response to Intervention Software and Multi-Tiered System of Supports module helps tier students, implement interventions, monitor progress, and assess effectiveness. The RTI/MTSS software has a complete set of reports.
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