The press on teacher preparation programs to become users of data is being felt from nearly every sector of education, ranging from policy and research to practice. Despite the growing urgency, preparation programs may struggle with how to respond, in part because too few successful models are available. Certainly, there are unique qualities and challenges for each program attempting to become data informed, but several themes seem to be detectable among those who have made progress toward transformation.
|Title of host publication||Data for Continuous Programmatic Improvement|
|Subtitle of host publication||Steps Colleges of Education Must Take to Become a Data Culture|
|Publisher||Taylor and Francis|
|Number of pages||10|
|State||Published - Jan 1 2018|