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The Data You Want—The Way You Want It

CatchOn engages the entire leadership team in data-driven dialogues to spur action that gets results. Here’s how our transformative tool and NEW student-level data module can help everyone in your district turn data into community-wide strategies.

How Seven Districts Are Turning Data Into Action CatchOn and Digital Promise joined forces to provide participating Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools a quick way to...
District Profile: Baldwin County Public Schools 44 Number of Schools 30,602 Student Enrollment 38% Free and Reduced Lunch Seven districts ranging in various sizes and locality participated...
District Profile: Piedmont City School District 3 Number of Schools 1,080 Student Enrollment 64% Free and Reduced Lunch Seven districts ranging in various sizes and locality participated...
District Profile: Morris School District 10 Number of Schools 5,216 Student Enrollment 38% Free and Reduced Lunch Seven districts ranging in various sizes and locality participated in...
District Profile: Lincoln Public Schools 57 Number of Schools 42,020 Student Enrollment 44% Free and Reduced Lunch Seven districts ranging in various sizes and locality participated in...
District Profile: Chesapeake City Public Schools 48 Number of Schools 40,879 Student Enrollment 36% Free and Reduced Lunch Seven districts ranging in various sizes and locality participated...
Laurel Chiesa, the Director of Instructional Technology at New York’s Fayetteville-Manlius School District, outlines three ways school districts can more effectively safeguard their students’ data.
Your One-Two Layered Punch For Student Data Protection Protecting student data is a more urgent concern than ever, with cyberattacks on K-12 districts up more than 25%...
Desert Sands Unified School District, located in California’s Coachella Valley, is a 1:1 district that serves 27,000 students. Not only is that a great many devices to manage, but district leaders must also track and monitor the tremendous number of applications and online resources used on those devices.
CatchOn’s detailed trend reports reveal how and when students and teachers across the nation are using their EdTech applications and school devices, both inside and outside the classroom.
Everywhere you look, a potential K-12 vendor makes the same claim.  “We want to be your partner.”  Unfortunately, once the contract is signed, the commitment often vanishes...
CatchOn is proud to have participated in CoSN’s flagship initiative Driving K-12 Innovation. In collaboration with other education leaders, we helped produce two reports on the best strategies and practices...