Otus Announces Enhanced Data Management Features to Provide the Most Unified Teaching and Learning Platform in K-12

A view of a customizable data dashboard in Otus.

Educators across the country are being asked to use student performance data to inform decisions and to provide more meaningful learning experiences for students.

Otus, the creators of the award-winning K-12 student performance platform, today announced the upcoming release of a redesigned data management platform for users. While Otus has previously offered users the ability to view third-party data directly within the system, this summer’s release will offer many more ways to analyze and report data for district-level decision making.

Currently, educators are being required to use many disconnected systems to manage their classrooms. Most commonly, classroom and learning management systems are disconnected from third-party student performance data which results in an inability to leverage edtech to efficiently differentiate and personalize student learning experiences using data.

“Educators across the country are being asked to use student performance data to inform decisions and to provide more meaningful learning experiences for students,” said Dr. John Hutton, Superintendent of Gurnee School District 56 (Gurnee 56 is the recipient of the 2017 ISTE Distinguished District Award).

Otus allows educators and school leaders to analyze and act on any State assessment data (i.e. PARCC, Georgia Milestones, STAAR, etc.) and any district-level assessment data (i.e. NWEA, AIMSWeb, ACCESS, etc.). The Otus K-12 Data Management platform is fully integrated with both the Otus K-12 Classroom and Learning Management System and the Otus K-12 Assessment Management platform.

“Quite frankly, school systems are telling us that the disconnectedness that exists within…

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