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.
- 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