I Have the Data; Now What?

I love data. I was the classroom teacher that created color-coded spreadsheets and charts to help colleagues visualize the data. I presented test results to my students and families during conferences. I found that by centering the conversations with colleagues, students, and families around data, our conferences became focused on finding meaningful solutions.

But my love for data was, in part, because I was fortunate to have a wonderful data role model in my principal. We would walk through the results, discover areas of strength, discuss areas for growth, and brainstorm ideas to make the improvements actionable.

I was able to learn that data is important and necessary. Data creates a connection, or lifeline, to student learning and progress, giving insight to instruction and pushing us to reflect upon our practice.

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