Track student progress
Get access to important data using analytics and reports
Stay informed by creating charts and reports of important data such as assignment grades, lesson progress, missing work, class status, class completion, and more. You can save your favorite reports and schedule them to be delivered at a certain time and date.
Create custom reports
Custom reports allow users to select the data that they want to report on such as users, classes, paths, organizations, and more. You can also select a variety of fields, use filtering options, sort data, and choose the chart output.
Integrate dashboard widgets with ad-hoc reports
You can add custom reports to the admin dashboard widgets and class widgets. Create a custom report, then add the report as a widget on your dashboard.
Get instant analytics on students' progress and identify where students might need some extra help. See graphics with insights for different areas such as lessons, assignments, mastery, completion, and more.
Compliance is a useful feature for schools that have professional development programs and wish to track teacher and faculty compliance. Select classes that are required for compliance, then set up for how long the student is in compliance once they've completed the class, and whether they need to renew their compliance periodically.
Trigger actions during the compliance period
You can set up rules that are triggered when compliance is almost due, and when a student goes out of compliance. For example, you can set rules to notify students when compliance is almost due or automatically enroll them back in the class.
Get reports on compliance
You can see compliance reports for all user types such as listing of all classes and paths that are required for compliance and indicators for students that show classes and paths that they are in and/or out of compliance.
69% of surveyed schools say it’s easy to track the progress of students and how well they’re mastering concepts with NEO.
I like that NEO gives statistical data and teachers can easily monitor the progress of the students.
Christer Lopez, Teacher, University of Batangas