School Performance Analysis
Bold BI’s School Performance dashboard allows teachers and school administrators to track crucial enrollment and performance data.
Analyze Students’ Enrollment, Attendance, Grades, and More
Firstly, with this school dashboard, we can track the school’s enrollment details by noting the overall number of students, attendance percentages, and the specific numbers of male and female students by grade. Also, we can view exam results, average subject scores, and a list of the top ten students, along with their genders and grades.
Finally, the “Books Availability” widget provides an overview of library books’ statuses.
Filter Your Data
One key feature of this dashboard is its versatility. By using the “Select Year” and “Select Grade” drop-down list box filters, viewers can customize the dashboard to display data for any combination of years and grades. For instance, viewers could look at the numbers for all students in grades 1–5 in 2016. Similarly, they could display only the data for third graders in 2015.
Also, users can reset the filters by clicking the funnel-shaped icons in the upper right corners of the drop-down list box widgets. If both filters are reset so that specific years and grades are not selected, we will see the overall numbers for all students for all of the years for which we have data.
These filters can be applied to any dashboards that display data across time periods or for separate, defined groups. As can be seen, this can be especially useful for reviewing trends over time.
With this dashboard, for example, we could track students’ enrollment statistics, attendance numbers, and exam results over a period of three years. We could also analyze the availability and circulation of library books to determine which students borrow books most frequently. Further, we could determine whether there is a correlation between the circulation of library books and students’ exam pass/fail rates.
Bold BI’s dashboards are an invaluable tool not only because of the information they put at your fingertips—such as enrollment numbers and attendance statistics—but also because of the potential connections they allow you to make between data sets, such as average subject scores and the ratio of students to faculty members.