Edvise: Empowering Data-Driven Decisions for Regional Educators

By Jennifer Duncan | April 29, 2024 |

Edvise is the first application on The Exchange that leverages historical data to predict the outcomes of STAAR assessments at campus, district, regional, and state levels. This tool allows regional education centers to support districts and charter schools with new technology. The application is not for district and charter school use. By anticipating potential challenges, regional educators can help proactively implement targeted interventions and support systems for our customers.

This application is available now and provides a user-friendly platform for visualizing and exporting TAPR data as well as insights into:

  • Teacher and principal recruitment, support, and retention

  • Foundational reading and math programs

  • Districts’ Career and College Readiness programs

  • Low-performing schools

Data Visualization at Your Fingertips

Edvise features interactive dashboards that transform TAPR data into clear and concise visuals. This intuitive interface allows regional staff to identify trends, track progress, and make informed decisions directly impacting schools and districts.

Introducing Predictive Analytics: A First for The Exchange

Edvise goes beyond traditional data analysis by incorporating the power of predictive analytics. This innovative feature leverages historical data to predict the outcomes of STAAR assessments based on past trends. Through insights on potential challenges, regional educators can proactively identify programs and support systems to help districts and charter schools improve in these areas and potentially get ahead of what could be poor outcomes. In addition, Edvise offers a natural language prompt, allowing regional staff to ask questions about the TAPR data and visualize that information in a way that can be reformatted into a specific chart or graph in seconds.

Together, we can leverage the power of data to create a brighter future for Texas education.

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