Central School District 301 in Burlington, IL, wanted to not only be able to analyze student learning and engagement data but also effectively communicate that information to those who needed it. They wanted a way to take all the information contained in the classroom, make sense of it, and share it with those outside of the classroom.
The leaders of CUSD 301 found Otus and saw that it could do exactly what they needed. They would be able to aggregate and analyze student data from sources like Fastbridge, PARCC, and SAT in addition to other assessment and engagement data. With Otus’ powerful analysis tools, they would be able to look at individual student progress or view students on the building or district level to gather unique insights.
Since implementing Otus in the fall of 2018, the students of CUSD 301 have completed more than 174,000 assessments, which have been combined with third-party data to give teachers and administrators a holistic view of their students’ growth. In addition to valuable insights on student learning, Otus has given teachers and administrators the ability to easily share and act on valuable student data insights.