The Data Coach’s Guide to Improving Learning for All Students: Unleashing the Power of Collaborative Inquiry

This resource helps Data-Team facilitators move schools away from unproductive data practices and toward examining data for systematic and continuous improvement in instruction and learning. The book, which includes a CD-ROM with slides and reproducibles, illustrates how the authors' model has proven successful in:

  • Narrowing achievement gaps in all content areas and grade levels
  • Achieving strong, continuous gains in local and state assessments in mathematics, science, and reading
  • Initiating powerful conversations about race/ethnicity, class, educational status, gender, and language differences
  • Developing a vision for high-performing, data-informed school culture

"This book offers a compelling message of hope and resolve. The authors' three-year journey in a multiplicity of diverse, underperforming, high-poverty schools across the nation has resulted in a treasure chest of knowledge and experiences about how to professionally develop data coaches in ways that benefit some of our most underserved students. This book provides powerful resources to those who have the belief, passion, and desire to implementing collaborative data inquiries in schools and districts." - From the Foreword by Ruth Johnson

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Nancy Love, Katherine E. Stiles, Susan Mundry, Kathryn DiRanna
408 pages
10.9 × 8.4 × 1.2 in, Paperback
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