Chuck Amos Interview

The Learning Counsel interviews Ed Tech Leaders that have made a difference in the industry and chooses Chuck Amos, CEO of GuideK12.
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Highline Public Schools embraces geovisual analytics

Highline Public Schools Embraces Geovisual Analytics

Highline Public Schools (HPS), located in Burien, Washington, borders Seattle to the north and sits on the banks of Puget Sound. HPS serves a diverse student population of about 19,000, speaking 95+ different languages, housed in 32 schools. HPS has experienced growth in enrollment over the past 5 years of up to 500 new students […]
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GK12 How Does Your District Analyze School Choice Data

How Does Your District Analyze School Choice Data?

School Choice is expanding and changing state by state. Families are seeking customization and more options to the educational process, and demand-driven education looks like it will continue to grow. The state of Florida has had choice programs for many years. Whether it is pervasive in your district today¬† or will be in a few […]
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Leverage Innovative Technology for Informed Decisions

Growing by 500-600 students a year for over a decade requires innovative thinking to ensure proper building utilization, addition of new buildings, and boundary alignment as the population shifts and grows.  
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Geographic Data Helping Assess Chronic Absenteeism

How Data Can Help You Combat Chronic Absenteeism For a long time, districts have been measuring attendance the wrong way: looking at average daily attendance instead of chronic absenteeism, which the U.S. Department of Education defines as missing more than 20 days of school in a typical 180-day year. But starting in 2006, when the […]
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Rochester school district begins boundary changes with GuideK12 in their tool kit

The two-word phrase that strikes dread in the hearts of many district parents is again being uttered by Rochester Public Schools officials. Boundary adjustments. District leaders are considering boundary changes as a “short-term adjustment” for the next year. But in the long run, Rochester may need one, if not two, new schools to handle future […]
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