The Remind engagement rating allows administrators to assess engagement across an entire school organization. Calculated from national school data as well as Remind usage information, the rating determines whether schools are Emerging, Growing, Active, or Engaged.
Where the data is from
The engagement rating is based on publicly available school data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and usage statistics from Remind, both for individual organizations and aggregated at the state and national levels.
Until now, the Remind community engagement statistics displayed with each school’s rating have only been available to organizations with a Remind plan. These statistics are updated every month.
How ratings are calculated
Using the data above, each school’s rating is calculated from the reach, cadence, and quality of engagement across the organization. The rating represents the percentage of a school community engaged during the past four weeks; it’s updated every month and resets every school year.
Rating levels are based on engagement for similar schools across the country.
How to see your school’s engagement rating
An engagement rating is available for every school that has both Remind and NCES data. To access your school’s custom page, which includes your rating as well as recommendations for improving engagement, contact the Remind team here.