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Achieve3000 Launches New Leadership Edition

Achieve3000 has released a new digital dashboard called Leadership Edition, which gives school and district leaders access to data needed to inform action plans and student placement in tiered intervention programs.
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Achieve3000 has released a new digital dashboard called Leadership Edition, which gives school and district leaders access to data needed to inform action plans and student placement in tiered intervention programs. Leadership Edition presents key metrics such as student usage, performance, and progress towards college and career readiness in visual formats.

Provided at no cost to schools and districts with active subscriptions to KidBiz3000, TeenBiz3000, and Empower3000, the dashboard provides a visual presentation of student usage and performance data. Filters then help users examine data at the district, school, teacher, or classroom level; identify trends over time and pinpoint any exceptions; make comparisons; and determine areas that need attention so they can make informed decisions about the instruction and resources that support student learning.

The dashboard also allows users to monitor the health of their implementation and ensure that their Achieve3000 literacy solutions are being used with fidelity.

School and district leaders with current KidBiz3000, TeenBiz3000, or Empower3000 accounts can log into the Leadership Edition at https://leadership.achieve3000.com using their existing usernames and passwords.

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Achieve3000 released a new digital dashboard called Leadership Edition, which gives school and district leaders access to the timely, accurate, and meaningful data needed to inform effective action plans and student placement in tiered intervention programs.

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