Teachers now have more education data at their fingertips than ever before. Through powerful technology solutions, they can aggregate, disaggregate, and parse data; generate reports; and examine trends. But what should educators do with the data now that they have it?
In this month’s issue brief, we focus on data-driven instruction, pulling together resources for professional development and planning around how to use data for instructional decision-making.
We’d love to hear the tips and techniques that you have found to be helpful when applying data analysis to classroom decision-making. What are your go-to resources? What has worked well for your teacher teams? Please respond to our call for commentary.
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