Guiding Principle 4: We believe in the importance of data collection and analysis to determine areas of focus, inform progress, and measure success in order to support educator and student learning.
Leadership - Leaders use data from a variety of sources to understand student progress and make instructional decisions.
Objective #1: Demonstrate learning by selecting from available assessment options (including digital).
Objective #2: Receive timely assessment results and analyze the data to inform learning.
Teaching - Teachers access, analyze, and use data to respond to student needs and inform instruction.
Assessment - Assessments leverage the power of technology to measure what matters and use data to improve learning.
Objective #1: Provide timely assessment results to school leaders and teachers to increase student achievement.
Objective #2: Use data to measure growth performance of individual students, grades, and schools.
Objective #3: Leverage technology to move beyond traditional multiple-choice tests and build TEIs to measure complex competencies and create assessments that are more authentic to teaching and learning.
Infrastructure - Implement a secure infrastructure to facilitate the administration of digital assessments that provide timely access to information for instructional decision-making.
Objective #1: Implement a secure and reliable data platform that facilitates the delivery of assessments.
Objective #2: Assess/evaluate the effectiveness of delivery methods and resources for continuous improvement.
Objective #3: Enable performance management systems that collect data to measure the efficacy of instruction.