How to Track Student Progress and Identify At-risk Students at a Glance

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School administrators use the new Student Progress Tracker board system to visually identify at-risk students.

Student Progress Tracker

“School Guidance Councilors and Administrators tell us their computer reports don’t give them the visual overview these boards provide,” says Christian Krapf, spokesperson for Magnatag. “Color-coded signal magnets show areas where students are at risk."

School administrators use the new Student Progress Tracker board system to visually identify at-risk students. In the words of a California school administrator, “We post requirements and screening results for each student on the board. The different color magnets make it easy to spot at-risk students and give them the attention they need.” A New York Guidance Councilor adds, “In addition to academic subject areas, we show attendance status, whether or not a student has an IEP, risk assessment and RTI information,” and a West Virginia elementary school principal says, “Just a glance at it and I know how my students are performing and the T-card record also quickly shows auditors our Title I monitoring requirements are compliant.”

“School Guidance Councilors and Administrators tell us their computer reports don’t give them the visual overview these boards provide,” says Christian Krapf, spokesperson for Magnatag. “Color-coded signal magnets show areas where students are at risk areas or included in special programs and make it easy to monitor their progress. Each student has a privacy record t-card with their ID number. The t-card fits in a slot on the board, keeping personal information confidential. An optional privacy screen hides everything from view when not in use. Subject, evaluation and special program headings are shown at the top of each column using printable magnetic cardholders and paper inserts.”

The boards come complete with everything needed to operate them. For detailed information and to view the Student Progress-Tracker Video, visit online: http://www.magnatag.com/student or call Magnatag at 800-624-4154 and talk to a visible system specialist.

About Magnatag®: A division of W.A. Krapf, Inc., Magnatag® Visible Systems designs, manufactures and direct-markets over 2,300 steel magnetic whiteboard kits, calendar boards, maps, and other information display systems for schools, hospitals, business, industry, military and government. Reach them at http://www.magnatag.com or 800 624 4154.

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Douglas R Weeks
Magnatag Visible Systems
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