Building a healthy data culture is essential to using data effectively in schools. From leading principals’ meetings to hosting a district-wide data day, school leaders need to consistently explore, analyze, and share data to drive action.
In our August webinar, Sarah Shoff from Schoolzilla focused on the key elements to building a strong data culture:
- Thinking critically about setting and monitoring goals
- Leading regular, action-oriented data conversations
- Determining clear next steps—continuing the conversation and turning insights into action
For those that weren’t able to join us, or would like to share the webinar with a colleague, you can view it here:
(Here’s the Strategic Data Use rubric from the Strategic Data Project at the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University that @sarah_shoff mentions in her presentation.)
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