* Enter either app from the other and streamline access.
* Remember only one username and password account.
* One profile data - enter less redundant data
* Cross connect data from both apps for a specific student, grade, school or district.
Honestly, we received a ‘wish’ request from a teacher that was using both apps in beta form and she asked if we could connect her accounts for both apps. After looking further and the overall data benefits beyond just the login, we thought it was a great idea. Now the school cross-connects bullying and suicide prevention data - surprisingly, there are trends.
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After a long month of final preparations and working through some of the finer points, we finally launched our Bullying Prevention Reporting App.
This makes our second health app next to the Suicide Prevention App. We’re really proud our app relies on evidence based assessment models - 23 to be exact and they are listed here
To learn more, visit the site - link is here
Schools and campuses implement district/campus wide initiatives and programs every year. As programs come and go, we’re concerned that the largest contingent that makes up what we call education (the student) is pushed to the side.
STUDENTS: Share your thoughts and ideas to improve learning in your class/school. USE THE HASHTAG #S4BE
A few tweets that showcase our data related to one of the major gaps in the admissions process. The application.
It begs to ask - what if a student could complete a live ‘life portfolio’ that all college campuses could connect to? Lending itself to the elimination of an application entirely. Would you support eliminating the application?
— KennesawStAdmissions (@KennesawAdmit)
Two of my schools aren’t on the common app so I have to do those separately… great.— 2Explicit (@exoticlameshit)
Funny how like all the colleges I’m interested in don’t even do the common app so it’s going to save me literally no time— Kelsey Hampton (@thtgingergirl)