Thursday, January 25, 2018 11:00 Central.
School districts are being overwhelmed by a deluge of data. The need to gather, analyze, evaluate and quickly deliver meaningful information to stakeholders has never been greater. In this one-hour webinar, Mary Kay Gianoutsos will share how Humble ISD solved that challenge using DecisionEd.
Learn How Humble ISD Was Able To…
- Integrate data from multiple systems into a single, powerful source of insightful metrics
- Go beyond assessment scores and measure progress across all sources of student data
- Rapidly develop advanced, highly-targeted reports
- Decrease response time for information requests coming from multiple departments and stakeholders
- Drill down to a deep level of reporting detail on student performance in minutes instead of days using advanced analytics
- Quickly identify students who are falling behind
- Increase the efficiency of the Central Data Solutions team
About Mary Kay Gianoutsos
Mary Kay Gianoutsos has over 25 years of educational experience, from her early years as an interpreter for the deaf, high school / college math teacher, and high school administrator to her work in recent years as a district-level supervisor. She currently serves as the Director of Evaluation for Humble ISD, where she is involved in the development of data sets and progress monitoring for district and campus strategic goals.
About Humble ISD:
Humble Independent School District is located in southeast Texas approximately twenty miles northeast of downtown Houston. Humble ISD encompasses a diverse region of approximately ninety square miles including the communities of Humble, Atascocita, Kingwood, Summerwood, Fall Creek and Eagle Springs and is one of the fastest growing school districts in the state of Texas. With a population of 42,400 students and a projected growth of 50,000 by 2022, the district has 28 elementary schools, 8 middle schools (#9 opening in 2018) and 6 high schools.