3 ways our district avoids data overload


If teachers are overwhelmed with data, they won’t use it to inform their instruction. Here’s how we solved this challenge

Schools give many tests throughout the year to identify students’ skills and gaps in their learning, including universal screening, diagnostic, formative, interim, and summative assessments. These tests generate a huge amount of data meant to guide instruction—but all of this information can be overwhelming if teachers don’t have an easy way to process it.

There is such a thing as having too much data. If teachers have to sort through an
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