What is district and school level TRAx?
Like the state level system, TRAx is a web-based application used to assess the digital learning readiness levels of schools and school districts. At the district and school level, stakeholders can begin collecting data almost instantly. Through the interactive dashboard, districts and schools can manage user accounts, roles, and responsibilities. Tailored for individual needs, the district/school level TRAx tool can be customized to specific data needs, including gathering data to help evaluate goals, make decisions, and inform proposal writing and grant project evaluation. Districts receive overall district report and individual school-level TRAx reports. These reports provide data describing schools’ device readiness, network readiness, and overall readiness, and calculations to determine network infrastructure and device needs for digital learning and online testing.
Districts and states that participate in TRAx assessments will be provided with accurate, timely data related to digital learning readiness. Schedule a demonstration to see how the district/school-level TRAx can benefit your organization.
What sets TRAx apart?
- Quick on-boarding process means you can be collecting data next week.
- Data for readiness, implementation, and progress monitoring.
- Ease of use is described as “flawless” by educators.
- Data sandbox lets users see how changes can improve their readiness.
- Every piece of data is meaningful and all tied to a proven framework for digital learning.
- The entire TRAx system has been vetted by educators, and developed with educators to ensure that it gives districts and schools the data that they want and need to support digital learning.