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DATA USE FOR EQUITY: IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHING, LEADERSHIP AND POLICY

DATA USE FOR EQUITY: IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHING, LEADERSHIP AND POLICY

The articles in this special issue provide cutting-edge research knowledge on the intersection of two important policy priorities in the field of education: data-driven decision making and equity. Both of these priorities have critical implications for the work of teachers and school leaders, for school improvement initiatives, and ultimately for student learning. Conceivably, data use could help accomplish goals of equity, and equity could drive data use efforts. However, up to now, the field has had little knowledge about how equity and data use come together in the process of educational improvement. This issue is aimed at addressing this knowledge gap.


Advancing Equity In Accountability and Organizational Cultures of Data Use,Data Use for Equity: Implications for Teaching, Leadership, and Policy,How Data Use for Accountability Undermines Equitable Science Education,Light touch, heavy hand: Principals and data-use PLCs,Teachers Interpreting Data for Instructional Decisions: Where Does Equity Come In?,The Balancing Act: Student Classroom Placement Routines and the Uses of Data in Elementary Schools

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