The COVID-19 pandemic has propelled schools into expanding their remote learning opportunities. The current digital learning environment has highlighted the need to gain visibility into how and when students are using their devices and online tools. This type of actionable data—along with the ability to track the efficacy of investments made in new technologies, devices, and online applications—gives schools the opportunity to make data-informed decisions to better manage their resources and support their mission of improving student outcomes.
Join CatchOn during this session to learn how district leaders are using CatchOn to support the SOPPA 2019 law that’s going into effect July 1, 2021, as well as to effectively track the tools and applications being used on school devices both inside and outside the classroom. The session will cover CatchOn’s enablement of school leadership to view data at the campus, grade, course, section, and student levels, and will explain how this information is being used to identify usage trends, inform professional development, and proactively support data privacy practices.