See District and Network Insights in the New Pulse Check™ Report: Released Dec. 17, 2020

Possip launched a new insight report for district and network administrators, which provides data after every Pulse Check™!

Note: This articles might not reflect the latest updates to the district report. To stay aware of report updates and features, view our non-release article on the District Report here.

The new Pulse Check™ Report is your resource to easily view insights on engagement, performance, and feedback across your district or network. 

If you are a district or network admin, log in to From the new Welcome Page, click on "District Reports" to be taken to your latest Pulse Check™ Report.

Possip welcome page with a button that says "District Reports" circled.

Here's an overview of what you'll find in your new Pulse Check™ report: 

"View All Sentiment Rate," "View All Response Rates," and "View All Topics" buttons circled.

Priority Topics

Priority topics highlight the most frequently mentioned, trending topics for your community. Quickly identify overall needs and opportunities for development, and see direct comments in one place. It will help you lean into the most essential topics of specific feedback.

The Priority Topics page with an example of an expanded focus on a topic (with a drop down arrow selected).

You can also view priority topics by going to the Report's main screen and scrolling to the priority section.

The Report priorities section with a fire icon, sun icon, and snowflake icon denoting hot, medium, and cool respectively. There are bars with the words "All hot topics," "All medium topics," and "all cool topics" that are collapsable.

Sentiment Rates

Overall sentiment rates help you compare happiness at schools across your organization. You can:

  • Identify commonalities amongst schools with the highest and lowest happiness
  • Celebrate schools achieving high happiness
  • Track happiness, which can be a leading indicator of student enrollment and staff retention

 Sentiment rates displayed through a happy smile to indicate yes, a flat line lip to indicate mostly, and a frown to indicate no.

Learn more about the Sentiment Question here.

Report Views

See if Possip Feedback Reports™ are being read by principals and school leaders. You will find Report Views by clicking on Sentiment Rates. Report Views may also impact Response Rates, which help indicate if schools are engaged with feedback or would benefit from 360 practices for follow-up. 

Schools listed next to their total parent response numbers, percentage of yes, mostly, no responses, and an indicator of school report viewed or not.

A wider of view of Schools listed next to their total parent response numbers, percentage of yes, mostly, no responses, and an indicator of school report viewed or not.

Response Rates

Response rates indicate the percentage of a contact list that has responded to each Pulse Check™. Response Rates can indicate what schools could benefit from additional support or promotion in order to increase engagement. In order to learn why a response rate is low, you can dig deeper into a School's Dashboard to research if a high percentage of contacts are unreachable.

The Response Rate section of the report with the response rate percentage circled.

Distribution of Praise & Feedback

Quickly understand what category most comments fall into, and what types of praise and feedback your contacts share. 

Distribution of praise and feedback by category displayed in a pie chart with the categories: teacher, academic, social, and operations.

Wow Praise and Wow Feedback 

A quick snapshot of notable praise and feedback through direct comments from the Pulse Check. 

 Wow praise and wow feedback tab with teacher and staff comments highlighted. The other categories are operations, academic, community & culture.

Contact to review your Pulse Check™ Report with the CX Team.

Want to learn more or have ideas for other stats you would like to see? Possip learns what tools and resources are needed through your feedback! Share your ideas here.