Education Analytics (EA) is working with the Linked Learning Alliance (LLA) to support their pathway analytics and pathway certification platforms.
Since 2014, EA has helped the CORE Districts, a collaborative of large urban districts in California, launch one of the nation’s largest-scale panel survey of four elements of students’ SEL and four elements of school culture and climate. In 2015, EA began working with CORE to design and implement a student growth model. Beginning in early 2017, EA has been supporting CORE’s implementation of a Network Improvement Community by partnering with districts to produce timely and user-centered analytics that support continuous improvement work.
EA is currently working with the Delaware Department of Education to design and execute a student growth model on state assessments. EA has also worked closely with Delaware's data management team to increase department capacity in data analysis.
Future Forward is a cost-effective, research-based early reading intervention that works.
Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) has been working with EA and its staff members for many years, during which the partners have developed a long term research agenda around HCPS’s educator evaluation system.
Education Analytics (EA) is providing data analyses as well as in-depth training and consultation for Houston Independent School District (HISD) research staff on multiple topics.
EA recognizes that an effective approach to strategic HCM requires a flexible and user-oriented reporting and analysis system that both informs the operation of specific human capital management strategies (e.g., recruitment, professional development), and tracks how well these strategies are working together to achieve each of the District’s human capital goals.
Education Analytics (EA) partnered with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to support teacher-developed assessments, with the intent of using these assessments in the district’s goal-setting process.
Since 2012, Education Analytics (EA) has partnered with multiple districts in the Lower Hudson region for an ongoing annual data analysis.
Since 2014, Education Analytics (EA) has partnered with the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET) to provide services related to TAP: The System for Teacher and Student Advancement.
In 2015, Education Analytics (EA) began working with the New York City Department of Education's (NYCDOE) Office of Talent Research & Data to co-build their beginning-of-year goal setting and end-of-year growth models.
Education Analytics (EA) is working with the New York State Education Department (NYSED) to provide student growth measures for the use in educator evaluation and institutional accountability.
In New York, teachers are evaluated – in part – using state-approved assessments. Education Analytics (EA) uses the NWEA MAP assessment data with SIRS data to create Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) and growth model results for New York districts. EA's results cover teachers who teach in grades K-10 in Mathematics, Reading, and Language Usage.
Education Analytics (EA) has partnered with Abt Associates and Westat on a national study, The Study of Teacher Preparation Experiences and Early Teacher Effectiveness (TPREP), which is being conducted by Abt Associates, EA, and Westat under contract to the U.S. Department of Education Institute of Education Sciences.