District administrators are increasingly focused on maximizing the impact of the data they are measuring and collecting. Finding the measurements and categorizing data specific to their schools and programs is a key to enabling a data-driven culture that has impact.
Hear from Nicole A. Fisher, Director of Assessment and Accountability at Martin County Schools (Florida), and Erica Simmons, Executive Director of Assessment and Evaluation at Round Rock ISD (Texas) share their first-hand experiences expanding the data culture for teachers, support staff, and administrators.
- Analyzing data points to identify root drivers of performance
- Techniques used for data-driven adoption within organization
- Incorporating data into parent and stakeholder conversations
- Creating/Extending the data culture with collaborative discussions