Spoiler alert: I’m going to write about data-driven decision making next week, so who better to profile than Kathryn Boudett, who teaches at the Harvard Grad School of Ed and is a co-author of the book Data Wise: A Step-by-Step Guide to Using Assessment Results to Improve Teaching and Learning. Note that the book is about improving teaching and learning, not just test scores! And that’s why I like it. Here is a little snippet about the book, which I will say more about next week, and the syllabus for her course.
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