5 keys to student success: What schools today are doing with analytics

| March 27, 2018

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How are schools driving student success? Do you know how to integrate and analyze both structured and unstructured, academic and non-academic data from disparate sources to adopt best practices?Learn more about how to keep students in school and boost their academic performance.

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Eduscape, headquartered in Montvale, New Jersey is an innovative developer and provider of professional development, curriculum, and instructional design led by a team of educators. We facilitate the effective integration of technology by teachers in a deliberate manner by aligning learning outcomes to selected standards, including Common Core, STEM and Next Generation Science Standards. Our expertise extends from Google Apps and Microsoft Office 365 to successful classroom implementations of one-to-one initiatives and other classroom technologies, including interactive whiteboards and projectors. We also partner with leading technology manufacturers and resellers, as well as learning management system providers, to ensure successful adoption and application of their solutions.

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Eduscape, headquartered in Montvale, New Jersey is an innovative developer and provider of professional development, curriculum, and instructional design led by a team of educators. We facilitate the effective integration of technology by teachers in a deliberate manner by aligning learning outcomes to selected standards, including Common Core, STEM and Next Generation Science Standards. Our expertise extends from Google Apps and Microsoft Office 365 to successful classroom implementations of one-to-one initiatives and other classroom technologies, including interactive whiteboards and projectors. We also partner with leading technology manufacturers and resellers, as well as learning management system providers, to ensure successful adoption and application of their solutions.

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