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Creating Data Dashboards That Drive Strategic Decision Making

Date of broadcast: 
Wed, 12/02/2015
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While administrators have access to more performance data than ever before, too often they are overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information and unable to use it strategically, and student performance data is stored in ways that prevent it from being used to inform important decisions. But, creating data dashboards can give district leadership the ability to analyze enormous amounts of disparate data in a simple, visual way, resulting in more effective and informed decision making throughout the school system.

Attend this web seminar to learn from administrators at the Newport-Mesa USD in California about how to unify district information systems into a centralized dashboard, how to ensure accuracy of data, and how to use data more strategically to inform your district leadership decisions.  

Topics will include:

  • What principals and leaders need in order to use data to make better decisions
  • How to create dashboards that reflect specific information on student achievement beyond school summaries to guide intervention strategies
  • Best practices and lessons learned from Newport-Mesa USD

Scheduled speakers:
George Knights

Director of Professional Learning Communities, K-12 Assessment and Data Analysis
Newport-Mesa USD

Wendy Allee  
Assessment Specialist
Newport-Mesa USD

Brian Center
Assessment Specialist
Newport-Mesa USD

Who will benefit:  District administrators interested in using data to drive more effective decision making. Anyone may attend.

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