Track student level progress and engage them with built in texting
Capture ongoing case notes to increase impact
Built in checklists included with each template
Import and integrate with data systems for reporting
OUR PEOPLE Advantage
Benefits for your team
Your students deserve all the support you provide! And now you can make the data you collect work for them. Use the information you collect on their interests and progress, their challenges, and success to drive your communications and your decision-making:
Track and engage students with actionable data goals to create an equity impact.
Turn data into action by helping your team connect to students in more personalized ways while managing the many, many things that they do every day.
“Finding the data in the haystack” — prioritizes the data you want to collect because you can’t track everything.
Use information you do collect to target outreach to specific groups of students including leveraging text messaging engagement built into Grouptrail.
Your staff deserves to hear from you about how and what they’re doing — create dashboards that have the goal of accountability.
Reduce the data entry burden on staff by using Google Forms to collect info directly from students and sync it into Grouptrail.
OUR TECHNOLOGY Advantage
Grouptrail has created a database with benchmarks, trackers, and tools that help you easily sort, filter and communicate with participants. This helps your staff connect to students, identify trends, and keep students from falling through the cracks. And as a program leader, you are easily able to create your yearly and ad hoc funder reports.
Customizable templates by state
IT and legal agreements for procurement
Administrator and user training
Best practices resources and nationwide network
Proven and tested
Grouptrail is really, really straightforward — it shows you where students are and where they need to be. And, it allows counselors to take ownership over data and to share ownership with other staff. In real time counselors and staff can see what students need and respond.