Implementing the Ed-Fi Data Standard and suite of technology components saves hours on administrative tasks. Real-time access to student data enables more meaningful conversations with at-risk students and parents. Ed-Fi technology components allow educators to spend less time hunting for data, and more time on curriculum and developing stronger relationships with students. These implementation examples demonstrate how this shift is enabling schools to increase student achievement.
Implementation Video: Lubbock ISD District
We visited Lubbock and spoke with teachers, principals and district supervisors at the close of the 2012-2013 school year to learn how the Ed-Fi Data Standard and suite of technology components has benefited the students, campuses and district at-large. Learn more about how access to real-time student data has created meaningful differences in Lubbock ISD.
State Implementation Briefs
States like Michigan and Delaware have set out to achieve a connected and comprehensive view of student data across various academic systems throughout the state. To achieve this, agencies rely on Ed-Fi technology that can organize and catalog information stored in various disconnected data systems, so that it can be represented it in a clear, coherent and actionable way for teachers, administrators and district employees.
- Community-Sourced Technology Allows Michigan Data Hub to Streamline Data Sharing While Preserving Local Control
- Student-centric Dashboard Provides Valuable Information for Delaware Educators
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See real examples of the ways educators are benefiting from tools and applications powered by Ed-Fi technology.
Making a tough job easier
Taylor High School
Opening the door of creativity
Connecting with kids in trouble
The Ed-Fi Vision
See what the world looks like through the eyes of students and teachers when the Ed-Fi vision is realized.