After two years of development and piloting, TurnLeaf has released a school management and accountability program called Achievement Management System (AMS) 1.1. With AMS, school leaders can create and navigate charts and reports on student, teacher, and test information to help them understand how students perform across grade levels, curriculum subjects, classes, and schools.

AMS can benenfit staff members at all levels of a school district. Administrators can use the software to generate customized reports on any individual or group over time, factoring in data such as attendance or medical histories. They can use these reports for data-driven decision making or distributing to state authorities. Principals can use AMS to establish achievement profiles of their school, as well as help assign teachers more effectively and place students in classrooms, while teachers can identify achievement gaps among their students and plan instruction accordingly.

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