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July 24, 2016

New On Our Blog: Key Questions To Help Districts Build Data Literacy

From Wednesday’s inbox…

Guest Blogger Todd Bloomquist shares the questions that guided the process of building data literacy in two districts and takeaways for leaders looking to improve the ways districts use data to support student success.

Key Questions to Help Districts Build Data Literacy

In helping two southern Oregon school districts increase their data literacy (which I define as the ability of a district or group of people to collect and understand data and then use the data to ultimately improve student learning), I’ve developed some suggestions to share with districts starting down a similar path….

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