Data Use in Action IntroPosted on 11/30/2013
The Data for Decisions Initiative (DDI) seeks to help education stakeholders—including educators, policymakers, and researchers—access solution-driven tools, resources, and research to inform their practice and develop a better understanding of how high-quality data use can successfully inform teaching and learning.
This page offers resources which focus on the nuts and bolts of how teachers, school, districts, and even states effectively use data to improve educational outcomes. They address how data are used to for particular, pressing educational questions, issues, or topics such as English language learners or special education.
This page will be updated regularly with new materials, so check back often!
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