REACH Boarding and Challenge Success announced a partnership on January 24th, 2021 to provide schools with data analytics and insights into student wellness and their emotional/social well-being.
REACH delivers a suite of features that provide the ultimate tool-kit for Day and Boarding schools to manage risk, build efficiencies, and facilitate real-time communication to promote harmony throughout the academic community. Challenge Success believes that society has become overly focused on grades, test scores, and performance, leaving little time for kids to develop the necessary skills to become resilient, ethical, and motivated learners.
The pilot launch between REACH and Challenge Success will deliver surveys that ask students an array of questions around health, wellness, happiness in schools and provide them with dashboards and consulting about the results.
“The synergy between Challenge Success and REACH provides schools with a sophisticated tool that will highlight and detail how to fundamentally understand their students and improve the overall welfare and climate of the school,” said Brian Murray, Director of REACH Boarding.
“We are excited to partner with REACH Boarding to provide meaningful data and insights that will support greater well-being and academic engagement for boarding school students,” said Dr. Sarah Miles, Director of Research & Programs at Challenge Success.
REACH is an award-winning, secure, purpose-built, feature-rich, subscription-based student life management system developed specifically for boarding schools and residential campuses. The software equips schools with the day-to-day student management operations, including leave management, student tracking, attendance and roll-call, parent communications and notifications, student welfare, school management reporting, and records. For more information, visit us.
About Challenge Success
Challenge Success is a non-profit organization affiliated with Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education. It partners with schools, families, and communities to embrace a broad definition of success and to implement research-based strategies that promote student well-being, equity, and engagement with learning. For more information, visit us.