Creating an Effective Data Culture in K–12 Schools
Run time: 36:00
Having clear, actionable information about students and schools is critical for administrators at every level. So how can you break down barriers standing in the way of effective data use—and how can you best use data to respond to COVID-19 disruptions?
Get the answers in this new webinar, featuring best practices from the Data Quality Campaign, the nation’s leading voice on education data use and policy. You’ll explore proven strategies for:
- Using your systems and processes to measure what matters the most
- Engaging teachers, parents, and students as key stakeholders
- Embedding data-use into instructional planning and daily decision-making
- Establishing a strong culture of educator collaboration and trust
- Identifying the metrics that will be key to students’ success this year
Abigail Cohen is Associate Director for Policy & Research at Data Quality Campaign, a nonpartisan organization focused on education data policy and use.
Rielle Grant is District Partnerships Lead at Renaissance. In this role, she works with district and building administrators to consolidate and optimize the use of student data.
Caroline Marandino is Senior Director of Professional Learning at Renaissance. She leads the teams that prepare and deliver professional development to K–12 educators and administrators.
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