Take a look at how Passport For Good helped accelerate student engagement in the 2020/2021 academic school year:
Students are equipped with real-time data and past reflections that highlight their accomplishments in an impactful way.
Educators are empowered with data that enables them to make meaningful and quantifiable decisions for their school community.
Administrators can better allocate resources, meet more funding and grant requirements, and get real-time dynamic feedback on activities from students.
Mass initiatives are being made to promote “whole child” development and student equity, but administrators are finding themselves with very limited data to measure the results of efforts.
With quantifiable statistics on where students spend most of their time and what their greatest interests are, major pivots can be made on how to distribute stipends and people resources.
Open doors for more money to flow in by meeting submission requirements of actual data for funding and grants.
Student-driven reviews and ratings of activities open doors for more diverse, inclusive opportunities for ALL students.
Intervene more quickly with students who are falling through the cracks and becoming disengaged.
Passport For Good allows students to securely chronicle and export a verified nonacademic transcript, focusing on their strengths and contributions, to use for college applications, scholarships, and career pursuits.
Through capturing their engagement, students become better connected with the meaning and purpose of school and community needs and are better prepared for a lifetime of doing good.
* Superintendents Say Engagement, Hope Best Measures of Success: Gallup.com | Gallup’s 2018 Survey of K-12 School District Superintendents