Edligo is a data analytics platform that can be used by teachers and administrators to map the scope of meeting standards, gain insight into how individual and groups of students are performing to the standards, and finally use the data to create action plans towards improving learning outcomes. Users have access to data reports based on a standards-based curriculum, lesson planning and assessment tools, and professional development resources. The platform can be purchased by an administrator, district, or state leader.
The platform can be used by state leaders, district leaders, administrators, and teachers.
State education leaders can use Edligo to track performance across schools in multiple districts throughout the state. The platform has various features for use by state educational institutions. Leaders can track the progress of curriculum implementation throughout districts, access data that provides information on how districts are performing in comparison to other districts, create surveys to send out to administrators throughout the state, and use Edligo’s data analytics to gain insight to make decisions towards progress throughout the state.
For district leaders and administrators, Edligo has the same features as offered at the state level, but to be used in a single district or school. Administrator can map and track implementation of curriculum and progress towards meeting standards throughout grade levels. Users have the ability to connect data across multiple student information systems, create surveys to connect with staff members, and use data to create action plans. Administrators can also manage staff and facilitate professional development programs through the Edligo platform.
Teachers can use the Edlingo platform to access insights into how students learn to create personalized learning plans for individual students. Additionally, teachers can create and plan units and lessons according to standards and curriculum used by their state and district. To manage student profiles, teachers can aggregate and import data from various Student Information Systems and Learning Management Systems. Finally, teachers can create and send out surveys to communicate with parents and students.
A state education leader, a school district leader, or an administrator can purchase the platform for a yearly license. A license can be used by an entire school for each school year. Districts can contact the company directly for a quote.
WHO IS USING IT?
Approximately 1,000 users in ten schools are using the Edligo platform. It is used by state leaders, district leaders, administrators, and teachers.
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