We’ve recently partnered with 12 pioneering districts, CMOs, and education collaboratives to address their data interoperability barriers. In this blog series, you’ll hear from those pioneers: the brave folks tackling difficult challenges and paving the way for others to take a big step forward in using data to improve outcomes for kids. You can find the whole series here.
In this blog, you will hear from Christina Masick of Spring Branch ISD on the district’sT-2-4 plan, and how data interoperability and the Ed-Fi Data Standard are helping this diverse district better serve their students.
As a data interoperability pioneer, Spring Branch ISD is implementing a student-facing dashboard to support students in taking ownership of their academic journey to successfully complete trade school, military, or two-year or four-year college. To give students timely access to all the data they need to take control of their plan to succeed after high school, Spring Branch ISD needed a data standard to seamlessly connect data from the tools they are already using so the students have the right information, at the right time.