Translating data into action
Students are complex. Breaking down your data into specific groups such as gender, race, or class can tell you about the average performance of the group but limited information about the individual.
The ASI incorporates a variety of demographic variables and translates them into a single
I am here to help you address issues of educational equity in a data-informed way.
If your school or district is looking to minimize expenses, but wants to access this useful tool, we can figure out a way to make it happen.
You can ask specific questions by following the Contact US link at the top.
The Academic Support Index (ASI) is tool for contextualizing student educational data and helping inform effective intervention programs.
The ASI has been used to help educators dig deeper into student data. The ASI helps you make apples to apples comparisons across both place and time.
Reach out using the Contact Us link at the top to ask specific questions for your school or district.
My name is David Stevens. I am currently a PhD candidate at the University of California, Berkeley. My research interests include the measurement of inequality from a multidimensional perspective, improving methods for identifying high-needs students, and the application of those methods to improve policy and practice. Prior to pursuing a PhD, I had various roles in K-12 education including as a National Board Certified Teacher, professional development coordinator, and district-level data analyst.