- There’s no such thing as too much data, as long as it is accessible and actionable
- Superintendents need data to gain insights into student performance and make decisions
- See related article: Use these 5 learner-centered models to inspire educators
- For more news on school data use, see eSN’s Educational Leadership page
Data access is critical when educators need to make informed decisions about curriculum, assessments, academic and social-emotional interventions, and more. So how are superintendents using data–and can they access it quickly and effectively in order to use it?
A national poll from the Data Quality Campaign and AASA, The School Superintendents Association surveyed district superintendents to find out they use data to support their students and schools.…Read More