Using student achievement data to support instructional decision making

This practice guide describes how school leaders can use student achievement data to make instructional decisions. The guide focuses on the use of data from common student assessments, such as annual state achievement tests, school and district benchmark assessments, and commercially produced assessments. The authors provide a set of recommended actions for school leaders to make the use of data a central practice in their schools.
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Data Gathering and Analysis

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