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Student Data Analysis - EdInsight Data Dashboard

► Page Take-Aways
  • The data you need available in one place online, updated daily.
  • Pulls in all your data, including third party assessments, state tests, SIS and special education systems.
  • Predictive analytics identifies at risk students allowing time for an intervention.

Data Driven Instruction at your Fingertips

Data Driven Instruction at your Fingertips

OnHand Schools Data Dashboard™ which includes the EdInsight Data Analyzer, is an advanced data analysis tool that provides comprehensive, relevant and up-to-date information to teachers, principals, and administrators via an intuitive web-based interface. The Data Dashboard™ automatically assembles your educational data so you can execute insightful data driven instruction.

Easy to Use Reporting All in One Package

Unlike complicated traditional educational data warehouses the EdInsight Data Dashboard provides teachers and administrators with the right data at the right time.  The easy to understand format targets the students without the need to write complex queries. No more hunting and gathering of the data from different sources. It’s all in one place and it updates every day, automatically. Make data informed instructional decisions based on the right information.

How to Analyze Educational Data to Deliver Better Outcomes


Do you know what to look at when analyzing student data? Many educators were never prepared to work in today's data-driven educational environment.

Our Classroom Level Action Plan will guide teachers and administrators through the process of analyzing their students' data to determine strengths and weaknesses.

Using this tool, a teacher will be able to build a Classroom Level Action Plan that focuses on the correct areas to target with instruction.


Driving Results with the Data Dashboard™

The EdInsight Data Dashboard is a complete educational data warehouse that is both graphical and permission based. Enable your staff to spot trends and do big-picture data analysis. Teachers, principals, and administrators can view detailed personalized student performance information, via the Web, at the individual student level, class level, grade level, building level, district level and custom focus group level.

Identify At Risk Students - The Data Updates in Real Time

Advanced reports in the Data Dashboard, like the Mann Early Warning System, do predictive analytics around student risk. Identify students that are in danger of not graduating on time years before their senior year.

With the Spotlight report any change +/- in attendance, misconduct, Math grades, Language Arts grades, Science grades, Social Studies grades, all other class grades, State Exams, Benchmark Exams, Risk Scores, and RTI is tracked in real time via a color coded report.

The Data Dashboard Improves Data Driven Instruction

Improve the speed of information collection and analysis to meet compliance and standard reporting requirements as well as ad hoc requests.

Rapidly identify children who are falling behind and pinpoint classrooms with persistent problems. Or identify students that need to be accelerated.

Identify and track students for purposes of Response To Intervention Progress Monitoring.

Target your resources to improvement areas of highest impact.

Provide teachers, and administrators with the tools to build lessons based on their students’ data.

Automatically Collects and Transfers Data Daily from Multiple Sources

Your data is always current in the Data Dashboard. Updates are pulled in automatically, every day and are available to drive instruction.

Data sources include (but not limited to):

  • Your Student Information System
  • State Test data files (like PSSA, FCAT, OGT and WESTEST).
  • Assessment Data Sources (such as DIBELS, DIBELS NEXT, AIMS WEB, 4Sight, GRADE, G-MADE, SAT, PSAT, ACT, NWEA, CDT, Keystones, Study Island, TerraNova, Stanford, DRA, Fountas and Pinnell, ACCESS Wida, district local assessments and more) all automatically loaded daily.
  • Special Education Systems