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More Data on Data

* 90% of respondents believe that data will be the primary driver of whatteachers teach, how they teach, and to whom they teach within the next 4years.
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* 90% of respondents believe that data will be the primary driver of what teachers teach, how they teach, and to whom they teach within the next 4 years.

* 60% of the respondents believe that district-level support is “not enough” in all areas of data use.

* Only 36% of respondents believe that over 60% of their teachers are actively using data to drive instruction.

* District-level administrators and principals believe that only 16% of teachers are proficient in the use of data.

* Only 5% of administrators find program-based tests provided with textbooks to be “very useful.”

SOURCE: Step Back , Leap Forward Report : A 2012-2013 Data-Driven Instruction Survey from LinkIt! (www.linkit.com)

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