OperationalSolutions help K-12 administrators tackle budget and resource challenges effectively. Our tools allow superintendents and other key staff to address changes in demographics, enrollment levels, and community expectations.
We help you answer key questions and deliver strategies for success:
How are our community’s demographics changing?
How will different enrollment levels impact our grade configurations?
How do our staffing and spending investments compare to peers?
How will our community respond to proposed facilities changes?
We will customize an approach for you that leverages the expertise of our team and employs a comprehensive, mixed-methods strategy that uses data analytics, survey research, and peer benchmarking to support your goals.
Anticipate demographic trends
Monitors demographic trends through an analysis of local data, including recent trends in school-age populations and overall population characteristics.
Grade Configuration Feasibility Study
Plan for enrollment changes
Analyzes school capacity and enrollment data and creates various configuration scenarios to examine the impact of over or under-enrollment.
Staffing and Spending Benchmarking
Compare staffing and spending to peers
Identifies local, peer, and/or aspirant districts and gathers data on spending and staffing levels to inform budgetary decisions.
Community Facilities Needs Assessment
Inform facilities planning.
Evaluates feedback and perceptions of proposed facilities changes to understand support for bond measures and other initiatives.
Monitor trends in overall population changes for local funding impact and school-age populations that affect enrollment patterns
Anticipate key operational decisions based on different enrollment scenarios
Budget efficiently and effectively by targeting optimal staffing and spending levels
Incorporate community feedback into facilities planning
Hanover painted a very clear picture of how we can meet all our students’ needs and prepare them for high school and beyond. The data Hanover collected to evaluate our mixed-ability science and social studies courses led to our Board of Education unanimously approving the expansion of these programs to the eighth grade. We look forward to the work ahead as we support equitable access and rigor in all of our classrooms.