Kettering City Schools Analytics Platform for Student Achievement Data
Elizabeth Rose Anderson, George E. Faulkes, John C. Francy, Hannah Jane Fredrickson
The goal of this project is to recommenda new web-based analytics platform for theKettering City School System’s student achievement data. Data collected about students includesdemographics, attendance, assessment performance, and grades. The school district’s currentservice, Scantron, is a data warehouse that requires a high level of technical skill to access andmanipulate data. The district has tried hosting formal training sessions with teachers but has foundthat it has not increased utilization of the system. The amount of training required to successfullyoperate the current system is far more than teachers have time for. The school is hoping to find asystem that can interface with PowerSchool, their current learning management platform. Thissystem would be a comprehensive solution enabling teachers to access all the desired informationabout a student with one login. The system should be simple to use and be able to generate studentperformance reports quickly. There is no strict budget as Kettering City Schools’ main priority is toequip teachers with the critical data they need to help students grow. The school system is planningto implement this system for the 2022-2023 school year.
Stephen Russell Hall, Hamed Majidi Zolbanin
Primary Advisor's Department
MIS, OSC and Business Analytics
Stander Symposium project, School of Business Administration
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure
"Kettering City Schools Analytics Platform for Student Achievement Data" (2022). Stander Symposium Projects. 2669.