StudentTracker for High Schools Coming to Washington, DC and Denver

StudentTracker for High Schools Team Coming to Washington, DC and Denver This Summer

by | May 18, 2017 | Research Services, StudentTracker for High Schools |

Are you headed to either the National Charter Schools Conference or American School Counselor Association Annual Conference this summer? If so, we want to offer you the opportunity to meet in person with our StudentTracker® for High Schools team.

Our team works closely with high schools and districts around the country every day. They have valuable information to share with you on practical applications for StudentTracker that educators are successfully using right now, such as assessing college readiness.

Do you have other pressing data and research questions? No problem! Our team is happy to answer your specific questions. They can also provide you with useful tips, like how you can use your StudentTracker reports and our annual national High School Benchmarks Report to compare your students’ outcomes to those from similar schools nationwide.

And if you’re looking for a more effective and safer way to exchange transcripts, we can talk to you about that too. The Clearinghouse’s free Electronic Transcript Exchange enables you to automate your transcript exchanges with other schools, saving you time and money. Our Transcript Center – most recently implemented in Tennessee − offers a K-20 exchange solution for enabling electronic transcript and data exchanges across the secondary and postsecondary continuum.

Want to learn more? You can meet and talk with representatives from our StudentTracker® for High Schools team at:

Right now, make sure you check out our Clearinghouse Academy site. You’ll find StudentTracker for High Schools tutorials, on-demand webinars, and more to help you get the most out of your service.

Stop by our booth at this summer’s National Charter Schools and American School Counselor Association’s conferences and talk to us!

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