Performance analysis application offered at no charge
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August 7, 2012 By:
Aspire Public Schools, the largest charter management organization in California with 34 schools serving low-income communities across the state, today announced that it is making its student performance analysis application, Schoolzilla’s Assessment Explorer, available nationally.
In addition to offering Schoolzilla’s Assessment Explorer nationally for free, Aspire has begun to consult with organizations to develop customizable data analysis platforms. Aspire is working with several traditional public school districts and public charter school organizations to develop data platforms that link a breadth of achievement, financial and operational data, and analyze how certain metrics, like attendance rates and per-pupil spending, influence overall achievement. Aspire will also offer an affordable alternative to building an internal data warehouse solution, which often takes more than a year and requires the long-term use of expensive consultants and deep technical expertise within the organization.