Compass for Success
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Our Vision

Comprehensive technology solutions for teachers, schools and school boards.
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Training

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Testimonials from teachers, principals, and school board members.
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Welcome

Compass for Success is a collaboration of school boards working together to build capacity to use data to improve student achievement. It represents the collective development of technologies within a framework focused on research-driven data to allow Teachers, Superintendents, Directors and Principals the ability to see and use the data in a way that will help students succeed.

News & Events

Reminder to Register for our Upcoming Compass Event
Posted: August 24th, 2016

Join us on September 20th for our annual School Year Launch

We will start the day sharing all the fabulous new features and changes that have come from our user community! This will include our analytics platform, reporting, Teacher Portal, Student Tracker, Admin Portal, Parent Portal, Board and School Improvement Planning and K-12 Gradebook.  You won’t want to miss seeing these exciting new features, sharing with colleagues and providing input for the coming year.

  • The event is FREE
  • Lunch will be provided for each registered attendee
  • Events are open to Compass and non-Compass School Boards
  • The sessions will take place at the U of T Chestnut Conference Centre – 89 Chestnut St., Toronto from 8:30-4:30
  • A block of rooms are being held for the event,  we will send the information at the time of registration
  • register by emailing [email protected]

Happy New School Year!

The Compass Team


Compass Blog

Mobilization of Effective Data Use for All- Creating a Roadmap Through Collaboration
Posted: February 3rd, 2015

In mid-December a committee consisting of University researchers, Board of Education technologists, Ministry of Education personnel, private consultants, and private business personnel, met to discuss wide ranging successes and concerns with technology. We began with a discussion pertaining to the MISA initiative, and where Ontario education is as a result of this project.  There was  View More »


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