Data Literacy

How can teachers be prepared to use both cognitive and non-cognitive measures to inform student learning?

Academic knowledge and skills are important, but research shows that non-cognitive factors, like hope, belonging, engagement, and classroom management, also have a significant impact on student success.

We help teachers grow their data literacy to use cognitive and non-cognitive measures that provide a more complete picture of what's happening in the classroom to improve teaching and learning.


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Solutions and Products

The Student Experience® Survey

Get a more complete picture of what your students need to succeed.

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BFK•Grow TM

Efficiently manage student growth measure data.

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