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Usage Patterns and Perceptions of the Achievement Reporting and Innovation System (ARIS)

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This report offers the first systematic examination of ARIS’s actual usage data and sheds light on the extent to which ARIS is achieving its goals. Based on the analysis of a full year of ARIS “clickstream” data, as well as surveys, interviews and focus groups, the study addresses the the questions as to what extent and in what ways do the City’s educators use ARIS and what do educators see the strengths and limitations of ARIS.


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