As an administrator and teacher, I always knew there was a better way to help students be successful. Interactive Achievement’s vision for student success is coming to fruition with the unified onTRAC platform.
Roanoke, Virginia (PRWEB) September 23, 2014
Interactive Achievement is pleased to announce that its onTRAC Assessment Management System™ and TRACBook Longitudinal Data System® will be integrated into a new single sign-on onTRAC Instructional Improvement System™ (IIS) platform. The onTRAC IIS™ provides a single platform for educators to guide the details of classroom instruction decisions for a personalized learning experience as well as understand the holistic view of results across the school and district.
“We are very excited to be launching our consolidated assessment and data platform this fall. As an administrator and teacher, I always knew there was a better way to help students be successful. Interactive Achievement’s vision for student success is coming to fruition with the unified onTRAC platform,” said Jonathan Hagmaier, President of Interactive Achievement.
The award-winning TRACBook Longitudinal Data System (LDS) was developed in partnership with eleven Virginia school districts in 2012 and is now integrated with the award-winning onTRAC Assessment Management System (AMS). TRACBook is now a module within the onTRAC product, taking the new name onTRAC LDS™. onTRAC LDS provides a comprehensive student profile that incorporates a longitudinal student data history and includes state assessment scores, benchmark assessment scores, formative assessment results, attendance, discipline, grades, and more. Districts can customize the system to include third-party assessments they may be using, such as MAP, CogAT, WIDA, and PALS. All data is viewable in easy dashboard displays, enabling teachers and administrators to get the full picture of a student in a single location.
With powerful data dashboards, onTRAC LDS provides aggregated data for state, district, and school leadership along with easy click and drill-down capabilities. Administrators can quickly identify students who are on track or off track with color-coded dashboards across core subject areas – math, English Language Arts, science, and social studies.
New enhancements to the system include an enhanced early warning system and intervention monitoring. These give teachers and administrators a way to easily identify where students need help, apply interventions, and monitor the results of those interventions over time. Additionally, the intervention and progress monitoring features are designed to help administrators measure the impact of program and curriculum investments across their school and district.
About Interactive Achievement
Interactive Achievement (IA) creates award-winning standards-based instructional improvement programs for school districts in the U.S. IA was founded in 2006 by educators in response to the need for better assessment and reporting tools that enable both students and teachers to achieve success. As a result, IA’s team is composed of educators who create products that assist their peers in education in making data-driven decisions in the effort to raise student achievement in all academic areas. For more information, visit http://www.interactiveachievement.com.