There are many considerations when editing attendance area boundaries, but for this article we’re going to be focusing on editing tips that will help you create clean well defined boundaries. Using the best practices in this article will not only deliver good looking boundaries, but will be more accurate when determining an addresses home school […]
Whether you’re using Explorer, Planner, or Adviser you have the capability to filter or select data stream records. There are two types of filtering that can be done in GuideK12; attribute filtering and spatial filtering. Let’s explore each type. Attribute Filtering: Attribute filtering allows you to filter or select records based on characteristics associated to […]
For presentations, using PowerPoint or other tools you may want to export the Scenario Map Image and Legend using Export Button on the bottom left of the screen.
Understand the impact of a scenario by selecting Reports under the Export button in the lower left-hand corner. Reports will open at the bottom of the screen first and then in Excel. Select the Report Type desired from the Report Type drop-down menu.
The summary window displays in real time the impact to capacity and racial balance with each step. More detailed reports are available in Planner as well as Adviser but the summary window provides instant details as well.
Once an area has been selected, select the green Change button in the upper left-hand corner of the screen. Next a dialogue box will appear, from the options choose the building to assign the selected areas to and fill in the details. A confirmation appears on screen when completed correctly. The summary line must be […]
Drawing Tools are located on the upper left-hand corner of the map. Three options are available for drawing. The three options are: Draw a Point, Draw a Polygon or Draw a Line. For selecting multiple neighborhoods select Draw a Polygon Click on the map where you want to begin and slide the mouse to the […]
Click on the pencil icon in the green Filters area. Choose the attributes desired for the scenario. Do you want to eliminate some groups of students from the scenario data? For example, consider how to account for transfer students and those in specialized programs for each scenario. Are you moving only one grade?
In the upper right-hand corner of the screen, select the desired School Type. Boundaries for any level (elementary, middle or high school) will be shown on the map and only students at that level are shown in summary window or on map.
The Overlay section controls the layers, labels and various content on the map. Understanding the power of layers is important to unleash the power of GuideK12. Managing the visualization of the students on the map: Click on the Green Overlays button on the right-hand side of the screen. At the bottom of the drop-down menu […]