CAIS Benchmarking utilizes surveys to help schools assess their efficacy relative to their peers.
“The Value of Benchmarking” on September 28, 2:00 pm-3:00 pm ET.
To register visit Benchmarking Data Page This webinar will be of interest to Heads of Schools, Business Officers and school leaders involved in data-informed school improvement.
"Benchmarking Support - The Nuts and Bolts of the Input File” October 6, 1:00 pm-2:00 pm ET
To register visit Benchmarking Data Page
All individuals who work and/or supervise the work done on the input file are encouraged to attend.
BENCHMARKING PROCESS AND REPORTS
One of the benefits of being part of a national network of schools that share continual improvement as a goal is the annual CAIS Benchmarking process and reports. In collaboration with Innovative Research, we gather, visualize, and share back valid and meaningful data to help schools with their decision making process. To inform schools’ budgetary planning for the following school year, Custom Reports and National Trends reports are provided to participating schools.
Every year CAIS surveys schools to provide leaders and boards with information on school compensation. Each year alternates between the The CAIS Heads Compensation Survey and The Senior Leadership Compensation Survey. Reports provide relevant and timely data to help Board Chairs and Heads make informed decisions on compensation, through a detailed narrative and analysis of results.
The CAIS Heads Compensation Survey report is provided to Heads and Chairs of participating schools. The Senior Leadership Compensation Surveys Report is provided to participating Heads. Both reports adhere to strict confidentiality and privacy controls
To request a copy of a previous report, Heads are asked to contact CAIS Research Coordinator David Goodman at email@example.com.
CAIS regularly collects data from members on its specific programs and services to evaluate their effectiveness and member satisfaction, and drive its own continual self improvement. Examples include surveys regarding research and resources, the accreditation process and professional learning programs.