We've been hearing a lot about data-driven education efforts.
Maybe you already know about these books, maybe you don't. They
tell how data can be used effectively -- not just for presentational
purposes, or in the abstract, as too often happens. I hear they're
good -- is it true?
In the wake of the accountability movement, school administrators are
inundated with data about their students. How can they use this
information to support student achievement?
Data Wise in Action.
Data Wise in
the stories of eight very different schools following the Data Wise
process of using assessment results to improve teaching and learning.
The folks at HEPG put out my 2004 book about school reform in Chicago.