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Published by: Public Education Leadership Project
Originally published in: 2004
Version: 24 February 2005
Length: 29 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

This is a PELP case study. Illustrates efforts to increase student achievement through data-driven decision making in a large urban public school district. Demonstrates the challenges and results associated with how the district uses data at the central office to measure districtwide performance toward strategic goals and at the school building level to tailor instructional strategies based on a diagnosis of student needs.

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Abstract

This is a PELP case study. Illustrates efforts to increase student achievement through data-driven decision making in a large urban public school district. Demonstrates the challenges and results associated with how the district uses data at the central office to measure districtwide performance toward strategic goals and at the school building level to tailor instructional strategies based on a diagnosis of student needs.

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