Using Data For Meaningful Change in Education
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So much emphasis is placed on standardized tests, and so much energy expended disputing their usefulness. Let's move beyond these tests and put data to work for the benefit of all teachers and students.
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Friday churn: Data report card - Education News Colorado

Friday churn: Data report card - Education News Colorado | Using Data For Meaningful Change in Education | Scoop.it
Friday churn: Data report cardEducation News ColoradoThe Data Quality Campaign issued its seventh annual analysis Thursday, and the bottom line is states are doing a better job at gathering education data but the information is not yet making a...
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Standardized test scores – Earlier start time

Standardized test scores – Earlier start time | Using Data For Meaningful Change in Education | Scoop.it
Standardized test scores. Earlier start does not improve test scores. By Darby Quast, Talon staff writer. Starting school two weeks before Labor Day did not improve test scores in 25 southwestern Minnesota districts but ...
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What Matters Most in School Data on Teacher Quality | Brain Based Learning - Jensen Learning News on Brain Based Teaching

What Matters Most in School Data on Teacher Quality | Brain Based Learning - Jensen Learning News on Brain Based Teaching | Using Data For Meaningful Change in Education | Scoop.it
Researchers Discover the Most Visible Ingredient that Matters Most in School Data on Teacher Quality (and how it ties in with brain research) (http://t.co/u41QYOKB What Matters Most...
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Research Center: Teacher Quality

@lucid_interval You may follow this link to see how TQ attributes changed http://t.co/n6MCeiUs #medd6751...
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In Which I Cite My Sources in an Attempt to Deflate the Hot Air from the Teacher Quality Debate - Dana Goldstein

In Which I Cite My Sources in an Attempt to Deflate the Hot Air from the Teacher Quality Debate - Dana Goldstein | Using Data For Meaningful Change in Education | Scoop.it
There is so much hot air in education reform, and it's extremely frustrating when one's arguments and supporting research are misconstrued.
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How principals manage their time is key to improving instruction in their schools

How principals manage their time is key to improving instruction in their schools (#Drake EDL how principals manage their time is key to improving instruction http://t.co/AxcZbmhR...)...
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Survey Shows Nearly All States Can Track Data on Students

Survey Shows Nearly All States Can Track Data on Students | Using Data For Meaningful Change in Education | Scoop.it
The sixth annual survey by the Data Quality Campaign finds that nearly every state now has a system in place for collecting longitudinal education data, but the hard part is putting all the new information to good use.
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Literature Review: Teacher Quaity, Draft 1 | Kehau

Wong (2009) states that “teacher instructional quality is is the most critical factor by which to improve student achievement or close the achievement gap” (327). He notes in “a study of seven urban districts reported that the only ...
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No Child Left Behind Catches Up With New Hampshire School

No Child Left Behind Catches Up With New Hampshire School | Using Data For Meaningful Change in Education | Scoop.it
Oyster River Middle School in Durham, N.H., is struggling to stay true to its traditions of excellence while meeting the federal standards set by the No Child Left Behind Law.
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Eduwonk » Blog Archive » Second Response From Diane Ravitch

Eduwonk » Blog Archive » Second Response From Diane Ravitch | Using Data For Meaningful Change in Education | Scoop.it
More lively debate between Ravitch and Hanushek on policies affecting teacher quality.
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