The focus of this session was understanding the importance of not looking just at one data point to evaluate students, but being able to see a 360-degree view of students by looking at a variety of data points.
During the 75-minute community meeting we heard from Elizabeth Kirby, Superintendent Cleveland Height-University Heights City School District, on how they use data to understand student experiences, which includes broadening our understanding of data and the value of drawing from multiple sources.
Follow this link to download a PDF of the presentation.
- Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District
- UChicago: Network for College Success
- Kotter: The 8 Steps for Leading Change
- Network for College Success: Freshman On-Track Toolkit