• Superintendents can identify trends that indicate success or concern to guide the district to continuously improve teaching and learning.

  • Principals can review performance data to determine if students are at risk and respond with intervention programs.

  • School Board Members can improve their school's student performance data to peer school data to see their areas of strengths and weakness.

  • Teachers can strengthen curriculum and differentiate their instruction to meet student learning needs based on performance and attendance data. 

  • Parents can access their Child's e-transcript for review and passage to North Dakota public colleges and universities.

  • Students can view their data to set goals and monitor their progress. 

  • Researchers can analyze student performance data to identify high performing programs and best practices and share them with similar districts. 

  • Legislators can learn if employers are finding a well-trained workforce for job opportunities.

  • Universities can determine if post-secondary graduates are finding employment in North Dakota along with wages and areas of employment. ​