Developing students’ academic skills alone is critical but no longer enough. Districts are constantly challenged to have the right programs in place at the right time for the right students. However, the role of districts is changing and they are called upon more often to develop students’ physical, mental, and emotional skills. Hanover’s Academic Solutions provide districts the insight needed to guide strategies in educating the whole child.

We help you support students and improve academic outcomes:

  • Create safe and supportive environments
  • Benchmark best practices
  • Prepare students for post-secondary success
  • Analyze and collect feedback

Hanover’s Academic Solutions

Ensure College & Career Readiness

Support on-time student graduation and prepare all students for post-secondary education and career success.

Evaluate Programs

Measure program effectiveness to support informed investments in resources that maximize student outcomes and manage costs.

Build Safe & Supportive Environments

Create an environment that supports the academic, cultural, and social-emotional needs of students, parents, and staff through a comprehensive annual assessment of climate and culture.

A Word from One of Our K-12 Education Clients:

As a previous client, we were attracted to Hanover Research because of the quality of their reports and services. We believe external partners are instrumental in helping districts collect and quantify research in one place. Looking ahead, we expect Hanover to be especially helpful as we begin the state accreditation process next year. We also plan to work with Hanover to gain a better understanding of our graduates’ successes and post-secondary experiences, as well as on teacher evaluations.

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- Dr. Dennis Runyan, Superintendent Agua Fria Union High School District #216

Whatever your goals, Hanover will partner with you to create a custom approach to support your needs.

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