We work with educators to monitor, predict and take intervention to improve learner outcomes.
There is no shortage of challenges faced by educational institutions. Due to its nature, the educational sector is highly complex and contains several moving parts that can be challenging to monitor and measure.
Key Metrics and KPIs
Through a process of extensive research and discussions with role players in the educational industry, we have narrowed down several key metrics and measurable factors that can result in a more focused learning and teaching environment. Our goal is to identify factors that can be monitored and improved to benefit the educational facility, employees, learners, and all stakeholders involved.
Some of these key performance indicators are listed below:
Use longitudinal measures to help students achieve their maximum potential for the duration of their school life cycle and identify where intervention is necessary:
- Student attendance and graduation rates
- Awards and achievements
- Teacher satisfaction
- Research grants
Monitor how and where grant money is spent, tuition costs and the percentage of students on aid.
Measure the number of students enrolled per number of applications, cost per student, student to faculty ratio, and faculty to administration ratio.
Know the percentage of students in focus areas and the proficiency rates for each subject.
Monitor the percentage of faculties with advanced certifications or degrees and the number of training sessions per year, as well as faculty and staff attendance and retention rates.
Tracking the age of your buildings on campus helps ensure that adequate maintenance is provided and that they are fully functional. Monitor whether campus space and classrooms are adequately utilized and organize building inspections.
Note the percentage of classes and administrators using technology and how many calls are made to the tech department every month. This may act as a productivity metric for your IT department.
Monitor how many students take public transport and whether they are using the transportation options provided by the institution, municipality, or state. It benefits the admissions office to track what percentage of students commute, as this is directly tied to how much parking and on-campus housing may be needed.
Tracking the percentage of students living on campus allows administrators to ensure that there is enough room (or too much) for students on campus and that this stays in line with the long-term strategy of the institution.
Clients We Have Worked With
One of the largest independent school networks in South Africa has trusted us to assist them in monitoring their performance, helping them identify areas where improvements are possible.
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