Closing the Gap gives educators the resources they need to turn data into action to strengthen instructional practices.

  • Reports based on broad input from the K-12 educational community including up-to-date information on student information systems (SIS) and learning management (LMS) software solutions.
  • Best practices for implementing SIS/LMS software systems.
  • Professional development resources designed to help district and school leaders facilitate their training of other district and school leaders.
Apr 7 2014
DQC presentations provide insights into safeguarding data (workshop) and the importance of teacher data literacy (concurrent session).
Mar 10 2014
Dan Domenech (AASA), Aimee Guidera (DQC), Mark Edwards (Mooresville GSD), and Keith Krueger (CoSN) talk data with school superintendents at NCE 2014.
Nov 19 2013
Mooresville Graded School District, NC and Katy ISD, TX share insights on building a data rich culture.
Nov 8 2013
Pamela Jacobs, Principal of Tuscarora High School & Virginia Patterson, Supervisor of Elementary Ed. tell district’s story at AASA WELV Conference.
Jul 16 2013
Superintendent Dr. Wanda Shelton discusses Lincoln County Department of Education, TN move to student ownership of their data and learning outcomes.
May 8 2013
Provides educators with a curricular plan and set of resources for using data to strengthen instructional practice and improve student achievement.
May 8 2013
Provides educators with challenges, lessons learned and successes of districts using educational data effectively.
Jan 28 2013
Our new Resources area now contains helpful tools and templates to aid in the selection and implementation of an LMS or SIS.
Jun 20 2012
The information in this Gartner report presents a high-level overview of the SIS and LMS market and a company background for each vendor.
Feb 3 2012
How SIS and LMS data is used in the classroom and factors that are hindering the use of data to improve student achievement.
Feb 2 2012
Current SIS and LMS selection and implementation practices and areas where those practices could be improved.


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