How Online School ERP benefits the school ecosystem

Posted by Manasa Ramakrishnan on Dec 11, 2020 10:51:30 AM
Manasa Ramakrishnan
Online School ERP

The ongoing disruption has lead to global school closures. The amount of financial loss this industry witnessed remains incalculable, let alone the learning loss.

According to a leading international financial institution, learning losses during the pandemic could translate over time into 10 trillion dollars of lost earnings for the global economy. To take control of the situation, schools jumped on to the ‘online classes’ bandwagon, conducted classes perfunctorily but soon realised its loopholes.

World Bank estimates that, before the crisis, students were completing an average of 11.2 years of schooling throughout their school-age lives. However, when adjusted for the quality of learning, that amounted to only 7.9 years of schooling.  “According to Simulating COVID-19 impacts on learning and schooling outcomes: A set of global estimates, 5 months of school closures due to COVID-19 will result in an immediate loss of 0.6 years of schooling adjusted for quality, bringing the effective learning that a student can achieve down from 7.9 years to 7.3 years,” the report elucidates. 

Keeping in mind the learning loss of students and the impact on the quality of education lead many schools to adopt online school ERP. 

Online School ERP saved the sector from plummeting further. 

How online school ERP saved the sector from a nosedive

The replacement of the archaic model with centralised ERP brings quick and quantifiable improvement in the administration process. The software includes a set of tools that modernise the campus along with upgrading the planning and management of processes related to student enrollment, lecture sessions, courses, library, etc.

Sadly, the Indian education system has been following an ancient-way of learning, a major deterrent to students’ growth. The inclusion of technology in schools has been an ‘alien’ concept where everyone seemed comfortable with the redundancy of the system till the outbreak of the corona made technology a necessity. 

The ERP-enabled school empowers every school stakeholder. Despite the health crisis going on globally, education remains unhindered with this model. With the help of a School ERP,

Administration can

  • Monitor every child’s modules leading to uncomplicated error detection
  • Get centralised access to the data repository 
  • Get user-friendly interface requiring minimal learning and IT skills
  • Achieve high-level data security
  • Get rid of people-dependent processes

 

Parents can

  • Get connected to the school efficiently and easily
  • Access in-time monitoring of students
  • Be an active participant in school activities
  • Get reliable and regular apprise on the child’s attendance, progress reports, and student fee payment.
  • Get timely updates about school events and holidays

 

Teachers can

  • Automate student attendance
  • Automate management of student assessment  
  • Create effective timetable 
  • Do an efficient and effective interaction with parents
  • Get easy access to students’ attendance
  • Trace learning gaps of each student
  • Organise school activities better
  • Manage class information and analytical reports

 

Students can

  • Have engaging interaction with teachers
  • Get easy access to attendance, timetable, marks, and grades 
  • Avail flexible learning
  • Get access to learning material and resources round the clock 
  • Engage in fun activities as a part of the curriculum 

 

Management can

  • Get single Point School Management Software
  • Get a regular update on teachers, students performance 
  • Switch the school between various modes
  • Get better ROI
  • Save cost in various software
  • Automate all operations 

 

With online school ERP, a school CAN, so CAN the students! 

Advancements in information technology have restructured the way educational institutions handle their operations. Online School ERP streamlined school processes to significantly improve the effectiveness of school processes. This model made remote learning effective and accessible to all. 

How LEAD School’s ERP brings a breather to school stakeholders.

Sumeet Yashpal Mehta, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, LEAD School says, “Charles Darwin is rumoured to have said that it is not the smartest or most intelligent species that survive.” He also believes that online learning has become too mainstream and is leaving parents and school owners confused. 

LEAD School at the outset promises continuity in education with its online, offline, and hybrid setting where education never suffers. 

LEAD School takes care of every stakeholder’s needs and ensures them guaranteed results. 

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  • With the help of the Teacher’s App, teachers can get access to Engaging & Effective Lesson Plans, Teaching Resources, On-demand Training, Assessments with Analysis, Remedial Planning, Student Progress Reports, Reports for PTMs, and Constant Feedback. 
  • School Owners have a dedicated app that helps them get a Fully Tech-Enabled School; All Materials & Devices for School Transformation, Real-time tracking of operations, Year-long support, and Better Admissions. 
  • Principals have access to Performance Reports, Teacher Training Workshops, Attendance Reports, and Professional Network.
  • Parents can access information on homework, attendance, marks, class pictures, and unit progress. Parents remain updated on Unit Progress, Attendance, and Assessments. 
  • The Student & Parent App empowers students to become accomplished adults, responsible citizens, and empathetic human beings. Sitting at home, a child can attend live classes, play quizzes, ask doubts in real-time.

To know how LEAD School is streamlining school functioning, please contact, https://leadschool.in/contact-us.html

About the Author
Manasa Ramakrishnan
Manasa Ramakrishnan

Manasa is a Branding and Communication Manager at LEAD School. She is an Asian College of Journalism alumnus and a former Teach for India Fellow. Manasa has also completed her MBA in marketing from Deakin University. She strongly believes that education has the power to shake the world and is excited to be a part of LEAD’s transformational journey.

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