An exploration of the 'bleeding edge' applications of data in K-12 education.
2020 marked a year of massive disruption. During this time, digital capabilities rapidly improved and technology and tools transformed the way education has had to work. Teaching remotely was challenging for many reasons, not least of which was the inherent ‘disconnect’ teaching staff experienced in no longer being able to interact with students or colleagues in person. One outcome of this has been that alongside the continuing focus on measuring growth, schools are increasingly concerned with measuring ‘engagement’, whether it was within their student cohorts, their communities and importantly, their teaching staff.