A critical feature in the Academic Achievement Framework is the use of data to refine and drive instruction. This brief article, which can be downloaded below, addresses the importance of translating data into priorities, and linking data to school-planning and decision-making processes. The article, Using Data to Improve Student Achievement, proposes five steps to effective data use:
1. determine what you want to know
2. collect or access data
3. analyze results
4. set priorities and goals
5. develop strategies
To read the entire article, download the attachment below.