Vendor's poll hints at gaps in identifying and acting upon problems using data

data-gapsAt this year's ISTE conference Lexia Learning polled more than 200 educators in an informal survey, which suggests teachers are not using collected data to pinpoint skill deficiencies in a timely manner.

According to the survey, only 35 percent of respondents felt that teachers at their schools had a high or very high level of comfort connecting data to instruction.

The survey also found that fewer than half (48 percent) of respondents felt that their current screener assessments provide clear...

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