We shine a light on our partners, the work we've done across the country, and insights from our team members.
We analyzed how New York City teachers from the Relay Graduate School of Education influenced students’ attendance. We found that Relay teachers had positive, statistically significant impacts on students’ attendance, especially for students from historically marginalized backgrounds.
Making data useful and engaging is one of the most important aspects of our work at EA. This blog discusses reactive data displays, called Shiny dashboards, and showcases several features that make Shinys helpful to education stakeholders and data analysts alike.
In response to the Texas House Bill 3 passed in 2019 establishing funds to recognize and retain teachers, Texas school districts have been building multiple-measures systems to identify their most effective teachers. Here we describe several common challenges districts face while building these measures in a robust and valid way, and outline potential solutions to address them.
With the 2020-21 school year in the rearview mirror, now is the opportunity to take a breath and turn our attention to how we want to approach the upcoming school year to maximize recovery.
Guidance for identifying key questions and next steps for limited or missing educational data due to COVID-19
When COVID-19 temporarily shuttered school buildings across the country in spring 2020, EA's analytics engineers sprang to action building a platform that teachers could use to learn about their new students in fall 2020. We describe how our data engineering team created the data infrastructure for the Rally Analytics Platform, an equity-focused and action-oriented dashboard that reports student well-being and academic data.