Tools for Busy Administrators
Arkansas Department of Education
ADE Data Center
ADE Data Center one stop data accessUpdated automatically using ADE State Data WarehouseBuilt on modern Microsoft .NET technologiesReports available instantly in CSV, XML, Excel and PDF downloadsGeographical Information System integrationAdd-On FeaturesSecure Portal updated Daily from APSCNStudent Information System Daily Class Rosters available to Teachers, School and District AdministratorsClassroom Dashboards Attendance, Discipline and GPA Data, etc.StudentGPS Dashboards
Analyze District and School CharacteristicsThe dashboards provide educators with relevant, timely information including District Information:
There is no cost nor will there ever be a cost for the districts. We have been lucky enough to secure a significant amount of grant funding for the first two phases of development 4
Create Filtered Watch ListsAdministrators can create a Filtered List that automatically populates based upon the selected filters. These lists will automatically update when new students meet the criteria or move into the selected student population. When a list changes, the user will receive an email notification.
There is no cost nor will there ever be a cost for the districts. We have been lucky enough to secure a significant amount of grant funding for the first two phases of development 5
Find Students, Teachers, & Schools Using Search Bar
Search capabilities vary by role and may include campuses, students, and teachers. StudentGPS is FERPA compliant.
6District Goal Planning
Grade Level Comparison Charts
Access Teacher Metrics
The More button allows administrators to create a list of the Teachers who comprise that Metric. From this list, administrators can navigate to a specific Teachers dashboard and class list.
The dashboards provide educators with relevant, timely information to help guide instruction at all levels of the education system
Student Demographic Information
Grades & Credits
Attendance & Tardies
State & Local AssessmentsOne Stop Access!
In the 2014-2015 school year, all districts will have access to StudentGPS. The dashboards provide educators with a quick, user-friendly interface find information they need to guide classroom instruction. Information contained within the dashboards includes: student demographic information, grades & credits, attendance, state and local assessments (TLI, PCG, NWEA) The system is also customizable so they teacher can create Dynamic Lists and show information thats important to them. The goal of this system is to provide a FERPA compliant resource for educators to not only obtain the information they need to guide instruction, but to also provide it in a way where the data makes sense.10September 23 TEAC MeetingLocal Assessment Upload Feature
Teachers can upload local assessments:
DIBELS 6thDIBELS NextDRA K-3DRA 4-8DSASTAR Early LiteracySTAR ReadingSTAR MathInterventions Display
12Arkansas Student Intervention System
ASIS District Level View Administrators have access to all the teachers and students that are enrolled or teach at their designated building. District level administrators have access to all the teachers and students within that district. ASIS provides the ability to create, view, and edit Academic Improvement Plans (AIPs) and Intensive Reading Interventions (IRIs). Educators also have the ability to generate a Student Academic Report (SAR) or progress report on-demand. https://adeasis.arkansas.gov
AIPs, IRIs, and SARs
Report and Mass Print Capability
Triand Transcript System
Triand: Official Electronic Transcript System
Public schools in Arkansas are to use the electronic transcript system pursuant to Ark. Code Ann. 6-80-107 to transfer transcripts. Triand is the electronic transcript system for the state. Public schools in Arkansas are to use the electronic transcript system pursuant to Ark. Code Ann. 6-80-107 to transfer transcripts. When a student transfers from a public school in Arkansas and enrolls in a new school, the school where the student was previously enrolled will be sent an email notifying that school that the student has been transferred. 18
Smart Core Report (Student/Parent view)
Students or Parents will visit my.triand.com/smartcore and enter the unique Authorization Code. A Smart Core Report will immediately display:
Basic Student InformationSmart Core StatusCourse historyCurrent schedule State Assessment dataTranscript requestsTriand allows Teachers to print Smart Core letters for their students in order for students and/or parents to view their individual Smart Core Report. Triand UsersWhen you log in to My Triand, click on "students" tab.Choose the filter that meets your role - teacher, school-level, or district-level - to view a list of your students. Leave the search records box blank if you wish to print a Smart Core letter for each student; search for a specific student by name if you wish to print a letter for an individual student; or key "enrolled:true" in the search box to produce a list of only actively enrolled students. Click the "Smart Core Letters" button to generate an Adobe PDF file. Note: Each letter will be customized with a students name and personal authorization code to be used. Print the PDF file and hand the appropriate letter to your students. The sample letter below is an example student who attends school at the "Arkansas Dept of Education" district.
Publicly accessible reports are available to see how well Arkansas high schools are preparing for success in Arkansas postsecondary institutions. Reports are available at the State, District, College, and High School Level.https://adedata.arkansas.gov/actreports/
Analyzing ACT Data
The ACT Report creates charts that analyze:
How did fall college grade average for our students compare to those statewide and of other subset populations?Did students who achieve ACT College Readiness Benchmark Scores earn higher freshmen grades?How important was rigorous preparation in high school math/science for success during the first year of college?How did the ACT Composite scores of our students compare to those statewide and of other subset populations?Were graduates who received academic challenge scholarships more successful?
How did fall college grade average for our studentslWhat percent of our enrolled students completed collegecompare to those statewide and of other subset populations?preparatory (core) coursework?(See Charts 1, 5, 6, 7b, 9 and Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9)(See Charts 7a, 7b, and Table 2)lDid students who achieve ACT College ReadinesslWere students who took the recommended collegeBenchmark Scores earn higher freshmen grades?preparatory (core) coursework more successful(See Chart 2 and Table 3)during their first-year at college?(See Chart 7b and Table 2)lHow important was rigorous preparation in high schoolmathematics for success during the first year of college?lHow many of our ACT-tested students were assigned(See Chart 3 and Table 4)to developmental coursework, and what were theirACT scores and fall college GPAs?lHow important was rigorous preparation in high school(See Charts 1, 7a, 7b, 8, and Table 7)science for success during the first year of college?(See Chart 4 and Table 5)lHow many of our students persisted into year two andwhat are the academic indicators for these students?lHow did the ACT Composite scores of our students compare (See Charts 9, 10, and Table 8)to those statewide and of other subset populations? (See Charts 7a, 8, and Tables 1, 2, 7, 8)lWere graduates who received academic challenge scholarships more successful than those who did not?lBy ACT College Readiness Standards Score Ranges, what were(See Chart 11 and Table 9)the first-term and first-year college GPAs of our students? (See Charts 5, 6, and Table 6)
22Standards Annual Accreditation System
Standards Annual Accreditation System (SAAS)
Archived, approved reports are accessible by the public. Preliminary Reports are viewable by LEA administrators only. https://adedata.arkansas.gov/saas/
School and District SAAS Reports
Archived reports will detail school and district accreditation status for the selected year.
The preliminary reports functionality allows district to all the exceptions and October 1 status on each accreditation area. This allows administrators to be proactive in resolving these issues. https://adedata.arkansas.gov/saas/Archive.aspx
Arkansas School Performance Report Cards
Arkansas School Report Cards
The Arkansas School Performance Report Card System allows School and District Administrators to Customize their report card, appeal data, import evidence for appeals, and view reports.
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The Arkansas School Performance Report Card System enables Administrators to customize the Report Card. Sections and Items can be created at the District or Schools Discretion.
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School Performance Report Cards by LEAhttps://adesrc.arkansas.gov/lea
School Performance Report Cards by LEAhttps://adesrc.arkansas.gov/lea
Arkansas Assessment Analytics
The Arkansas Assessment Analytics Center provides 3 years of performance data on state assessments at the district and school levels across Arkansas. The reports contain aggregate level of historical data for the Benchmark, ITBS, Algebra I, Geometry, and Biology EOCs, and Grade 11 Literacy. Arkansas Assessment Analytics
Every student attending an Arkansas public school shall participate in the statewide program of educational assessments required in Ark. Code Ann. 6-15-419, 6-15-433, 6-15-2009 and established by the State Board.The laws and regulations require the administration of criterion-referenced tests (CRTs) and norm-referenced test (NRT).Questions
ResourcesStandards Annual Accreditation Systemhttps://adedata.arkansas.gov/saas/
Arkansas Student Intervention Systemhttps://adeasis.arkansas.gov
School Report Cardshttps://adesrc.arkansas.gov/
School Report Cards by LEAhttps://adesrc.arkansas.gov/lea
ADE Data Centerhttps://adedata.arkansas.gov