As educators, we all know the importance of data in decision-making. We understand how limited, skewed, or biased data--or no data at all--can result in faulty decision-making and regressive actions, be it in our teaching and learning, curricular design, assessments, or administrative responsibilities.
We know that robust data and effective dissemination of the same are needed for nuanced and meaningful use. Additionally, data-informed decision-making must
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