My educational experiences have always had a deep impact on me. So much so that I have dedicated more than half of my professional life to helping schools strengthen and broaden their impact.
Over the years, one thing has been apparent: while educational organizations are making significant strides in modernizing their approach, there is much work left to be done.
Namely, there continues to be a gap in how a school can and should use data to better outcomes and raise the bar in its operational effectiveness. Typical software vendors are falling short and under-delivering, all while the stakes are ever-increasing. It is paramount that schools enable and empower all members of their organizations to make more data-driven decisions in order to thrive in the years to come.
With that, I am happy to announce SchoolBI.
SchoolBI was officially founded in late 2022 with the goal of building a company that helps schools become more data-empowered. We have been operating very quietly and have thoughtfully invited a limited, but diverse, segment of schools to work with us as design partners over the past six months. An experience I can only describe as truly amazing.
I’m elated to share that starting in July, we are broadening our ability to accept new schools and move to the next phase of our journey in this space.
As founder of SchoolBI, I am excited about the potential impact this platform can have on educational organizations and their larger communities. By providing schools with the tools and insights they need to make informed decisions, we can help improve the quality of education for students and help change lives.
If you’re curious about SchoolBI, our mission, our platform, and our happenings, there are a few things you can do:
- Check out this short video
- Sign up for our newsletter
- Follow us on social channels
- Inquire here about bringing SchoolBI to your school.
We are seeing strong interest in our approach and have limited spots for 2023. The sooner you inquire the better.
There is so much more to come, but for now, I just want to simply thank all those who have helped get us here and, most importantly, all the folks that work in education who continue to transform lives.