Robert Thornton asks:
“How can teachers demonstrate to their students and administrators that data is informing the decisions they make regarding their instruction?”
By this I mean how does a teacher go beyond a change in mindset and towards becoming a leader in changing the culture of a school by making it clear beyond doubt that data is indeed informing their decisions.
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