Data wise in action: stories of schools using data to improve teaching and learning
Kathryn Parker Boudett, Jennifer L. Steele
Harvard Education Press, Dec 27, 2007 - Education - 182 pages
What does it look like when a school uses data wisely? Data Wise in Action, a new companion and sequel to our bestselling Data Wise, tells the stories of eight very different schools following the Data Wise process of using assessment results to improve teaching and learning. Data Wise in Action highlights the leadership challenges schools face in each phase of the eight-step Data Wise cycle and illustrates how staff members use creativity and collaboration to overcome those challenges.
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