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Leveraging Data to Support Collaborative Teaching

Collaborative teaching allows educators to work in tandem with each other, improving instruction and student learning outcomes.

A Teacher’s Guide to Tracking Student Progress

Tracking student progress is core to teaching. Data-driven instruction makes it easy to assess performance to maximize learning outcomes.

3 Warning Signs Your School Has a Data Trust Problem

School leaders building strong data culture may encounter data trust problem. Here are 3 signals to look out for—and what to do about them.

Measuring the Success of School District Goals With Data

School district leaders can use unified data to track and measure their progress against their district’s strategic goals. Here’s how…

5 Biggest Back To School Time Wasters

Back to school is exciting–but time is limited before students arrive. Avoid these back-to-school time wasters to make the most of your time.

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Data-Driven Leadership in Schools

Data-driven leadership in schools can sound daunting, but leaders must harness data to improve teacher and learning in their schools. Here’s how.

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5 Ways to Win Teachers Back

If we want to solve the teacher shortage problem, we have to design a workplace that appeals to new teachers AND the ones that have already left but may come back.

The 4 Pillars of a Strong School Data Culture

Schools with strong data cultures are those that prioritize data-driven collaboration, decision-making, and of course, instruction.

Demystifying Data-Driven Instruction

Data doesn’t have to be intimidating. Find out how to provide consistent, scalable data-driven instruction with ease.

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8 ISTE Live Sessions We Can’t Wait For [2022]

ISTE Live is right around the corner, and whether you’re attending in-person or virtually, there are sure to be plenty of can’t-miss learning opportunities and experiences to be had.