Free for a year! Build data dashboards unique to your school with the help of our team
At Innovare, we’ve designed a solution.
Geared towards traditional public school districts and charter networks, our 16-week InnoBeta program is designed to empower leaders with the skills, tools, and knowledge needed to transform student outcomes. The program combines practical exercises, your data, and industry-leading mentorship to help you build confidence in using technology and data—and effectively lead your organization to success.
The best part? All participants get onboarded with Inno™, a world-leading educational data dashboard, plus free use of the tool for one whole year!
Benefits at a glance:
Seamless collaboration and communication between departments, stakeholders, and parents
Who it’s for
What You’ll Learn
Meet Your Mentors:
They’ll deliver the sessions through personalized instruction, and remain on hand to provide ongoing support; helping you get the most out of the program to reach your personal (and organizational) goals.
Fernando DeLeón is the Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Innovare. He previously worked at Google and Accenture in product development roles. He holds a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan, completed the Business Scaling Program at Stanford's Graduate School of Business, is a Google for Startups Accelerator Program alum, has been featured in Forbes for his product leadership, and was recognized on the Negocios Now list of Latinos 40 Under 40 in 2020.
Nicholas Freeman is Co-founder + Chief Growth Officer of Innovare. He’s also a private sector transplant, former data strategist in Chicago Public Schools, Education Pioneers, Surge Institute, Google for Startups: Black Founders alumnus, and graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Program for Social Innovation Design.
Pauly Ramirez is a seasoned entrepreneur with fundamental business management, pitching, operational planning, and revenue generation knowledge. She has been featured in a NationSwell/Kauffman Foundation documentary, “An Entrepreneurial Learning Curve,” and recognized as a speaker at the TEDxChicago Women 2018.
Amanda Szramiak is a champion for equity in education and has served as a teacher and school leader during her professional career. As a seventh and eighth-grade reading teacher, Amanda helped her students grow over 2 years on the NWEA in ELA and outscored the state in ELA on the PARCC exam.
Innovare empowers education leaders in schools, districts, and educational nonprofits (including foundations) with the only intelligence platform they need to reach their goals. Our data and strategic planning app Inno™ aggregates siloed data from student information systems, standardized test scores, attendance, Google spreadsheets, financial platforms, programmatic outcomes, etc., into one personalized dashboard. With this unified data, leaders can make informed, data-driven decisions that have a positive impact on students and communities.
Each session is 45 minutes.
Who can apply, and who needs to participate?
The program is open to 3 districts (any size) and three charter networks (any size). Each application should include a team made up of three people: A school leader, a data professional, and an administrative professional (see ‘who it’s for’ section for reference). All members of the team must attend every session.
What’s the commitment?
All participants must complete a set number of tasks to unlock your year-long Inno™ license and microcredential.
How do I convince my school to let me do the training?
We’ve created an email template you can use to convince your school to allow you to enroll in InnoBeta.
- Participants must answer customer satisfaction (CSAT) questions at least once per week.
- Participants must provide detailed feedback on their experience to the lead during one-on-one sessions.
- Participants must provide timely and honest feedback on their experience.
- Participants must report any issues or bugs encountered during the process.
- Participants must be available to provide feedback and participate in sessions at scheduled times.