Superintendents, Clearinghouse Staff Convene at National Conference on Education presented by AASA, the School Superintendents Association, Feb. 13-16
Learn How Better Data Helps School District Leaders Tell Their Story to Communities
Superintendents from throughout the nation and Clearinghouse staff will convene at the National Conference on Education presented by AASA, the School Superintendents Association, Feb. 13-16 in Los Angeles.
Superintendents are invited to attend the Clearinghouse presentation, “Using Benchmark Reports and StudentTracker to Report on Postsecondary Outcomes,” on Feb. 16 from 9:15 am to 10:15 am in Room 505 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
The Clearinghouse also invites superintendents to visit our booth, #705, to learn how better data can help district and school leaders tell their story and value to parents and community leaders.
There’s no other place that a school system can get the actual facts, other than the Clearinghouse. For me, they’re just a tremendous resource. They will tell you a student actually graduated, is in a college, registered and either dropped out or graduated from college. As an educator, it’s important for us to know the facts and to know exactly what is happening in school districts around the country. We get that kind of factual information from the Clearinghouse. You can’t get that information anywhere else.
Having a clear picture on postsecondary outcomes can help school’s improve those outcomes – but only with the right data.
Talk to our staff in booth #705 at the conference or anytime to learn how the Clearinghouse can help districts obtain the right data for their needs.
“There’s no other place that a school system can get the actual facts, other than the Clearinghouse.”
Executive Director of AASA, The School Superintendents Association