5 Key Differences Between Reporting and Analytics

ARTICLE | 5 Key Differences Between Reporting and Analysis

Today’s educational environment is changing. While educators have always cared about the final output of instruction (as measured by student grades) a new sensibility is emerging: the data-driven instructional culture. It’s no longer enough to simply measure a student’s knowledge and call it done. Today’s students demand—and deserve—dynamic adjustments to instruction, based on how well they are absorbing the material.