Performance Scoring to Exhibit Innovative Solutions for Continuous School Improvement at TCEA 2020
The Performance Scoring Team is excited to exhibit its Web-Based School Performance Management Application at the 2020 Texas Computer Education Association Convention next February 3-7 in Austin, TX. In presenting the All-In-One System, Performance Scoring will also reveal school improvement case studies on Performance Scoring’s impact in schools, including results from the 2019 Fall semester after it concludes. The authentic and actionable data captured by Performance Scoring’s System builds on data from existing systems within a school (Student Information Systems, Attendance and Gradebook Systems, Administrative and Operational Management Systems) to truly provide a holistic assessment and understanding school performance in every level down to individual users.
Continuous, Authentic Data in the Classroom and Beyond
Campus leaders and administrators are always looking for ways to spend more time in the classroom, on the frontlines working with teachers and support staff; Performance Scoring bridges this gap and paints a full picture of the underlying factors affecting test scores and productivity. “With Performance Scoring, I can communicate important information to Administrators, other teachers, and parents & guardians all at once,” explains Monica Cantrell, an Elementary School Math and Science Teacher, and early adopter of Performance Scoring’s System. But this innovative school performance management system doesn’t stop at classroom management, Performance Scoring measures the performance and productivity of every role in the district and schools – Students, Teachers and Support Staff, Administrators, Suppliers & Vendors, and more will all see performance and productivity elevate with Performance Scoring.