Data-Driven Decisionmaking

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Assessment Opinion To Keep Primary Students Learning and Growing, Start With Data
A district’s dedication to gathering and analyzing data provides stability in uncertain times.
Janice Pavelonis, January 17, 2021
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Teaching Opinion Improving Instruction With Student Data
Three educators offer ideas on how they use student data to improve their instruction.
Larry Ferlazzo, January 12, 2021
7 min read
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Teaching Opinion Using Data to Support Students
Three educators write about how they use data to improve their instruction.
Larry Ferlazzo, January 11, 2021
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School Climate & Safety Opinion School Leaders: Here's What the Science Tells Us About Crisis Decisionmaking
Rather than get trapped by fear and anxiety over decisionmaking during the pandemic, school leaders should embrace what the research tells us, writes Yinying Wang.
Yinying Wang, March 19, 2020
4 min read
Data Kansas City Data-Sharing Effort Showcases Ballmer Group's Strategy
A $59 million investment in software developer Social Solutions aims to ease the flow of data among schools and social service providers.
Benjamin Herold, March 4, 2019
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Quinton Crump, 11, paints a model of Uranus in his after-school program at Isaac Litton Middle School in Nashville, Tenn. The city’s after-school programs get data from the school system so they can tailor lessons to students’ needs.
Quinton Crump, 11, paints a model of Uranus in his after-school program at Isaac Litton Middle School in Nashville, Tenn. The city’s after-school programs get data from the school system so they can tailor lessons to students’ needs.
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Student Well-Being After-School Programs Keep Learning Going With Student Data
Through a city-school partnership in Nashville, Tenn., after-school programs are using data to tailor lessons to students' learning needs.
Sarah D. Sparks, November 27, 2018
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Education Quiz Quiz Yourself: How Much Do You Know About Data-Driven Decisionmaking and Predicting Student Success?
Quiz Yourself: What are some of the barriers to data-informed instruction?
David Rosenzweig, August 29, 2018
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Career Advice Opinion How BIG Data Can Inform and Innovate HR in K-12 Education
In today's data-rich, technology-driven world, being a "data nerd" is cool. Even Harvard Business Review noted "data scientist" as one of the sexist jobs. While BIG data is making headlines globally, if used in appropriate ways, HR data can teach us a great deal about an individual's drivers and behavior, performance, needs, and their potential.
Emily Douglas-McNab, June 8, 2015
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Career Advice Opinion Research-Savvy Talent Management
Guest blogger Naima Khandaker writes about three strategies Talent Managers should utilize when selecting research to inform decisions and programs in their organizations.
Emily Douglas-McNab, February 9, 2014
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School & District Management Opinion Learning to Love Math: How One Teacher is Using MOOCs to Transform Instruction, Inspire Passion in Students
Let's take a moment to imagine a world in which people not only "get" math... but love math. Where would we be as educators? As individuals? As a workforce? As an economy? As a country?
Emily Douglas-McNab, September 21, 2013
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