"Learning Relationship Management platforms work for charter schools because they’re built on the same kind of student-first high-interactivity, high-accountability thinking."
Charter schools drive student achievement by using research-proven, data-driven instruction to ensure each learner is prepared for the world of college or career by the time they’re done with the twelfth grade. While charter schools provide incredible results, the model creates new challenges for teachers and administrators including increased documentation, accountability and curricular rigor.
Learning Relationship Management platforms (LRMs) provide an ideal solution for charter schools looking to ease these burdens while also maintaining the highest possible standards for teachers and students. An LRM shifts the responsibility of documenting and demonstrating learning to the student, providing them with increased agency and ownership over their education, while shifting teachers into a coaching and support role, where they can make a bigger difference for each learner.
Push Students Toward Individualized Success
A strong LRM creates an individualized space for each student. This is powerful in a charter school environment because it extends the time and space for teachers to push student achievement, create remediation or challenge work and drive each learner towards proficiency across the curriculum. Using an LRM, teachers can easily create personalized learning experiences that take advantage of student strengths and learning styles so an entire classroom of learners can access the same content and skills in a variety of custom-tailored ways that maximize engagement and support success.
An LRM makes every aspect of a learner’s education meaningful and aligned to the curriculum. Teachers and students can tie learning experiences to specific skills, standards and learning targets to document how students have accessed each concept and demonstrated their proficiency level. In this way, an LRM creates a real-time, interactive proficiency report for each student in a class, school or district. This data can be used to inform student groupings, target learners for enrichment or create a snapshot assessment of proficiency of each key skill district-wide.
Get Game-Changing Data
Additionally, an LRM provides charter school teachers and administrators with an ocean of data to help understand which approaches and groupings are working in to improve student performance. A well-designed LRM isn’t just a student-facing platform to organize learning; it’s a powerful toolkit that empowers teachers and administrators to refine their practices and create the best possible school to serve students and the community.
Learning Relationship Management platforms work for charter schools because they’re built on the same kind of student-first high-interactivity, high-accountability thinking. When charter schools use an LRM, they transform students into the chroniclers of their own learning, fostering the buy-in and student agency guaranteed to increase achievement for all learners while giving educators the tools they need to ensure a high-quality experience.