This DC school uses education data to boost achievement for its English language learners, making sure to share students' progress with them so they can be proud of just how much they're imp

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First Annual Conference on Big Data and Civil Rights Read More.
December 17, 2014

New Book: How Do School Leaders Effectively Use Data to Improve Achievement? Read More.
December 16, 2014

District of Columbia School Uses Data to Boost ELL Achievement Read More.
December 11, 2014


Danielle Evennou posted on 12/17/2014


First Annual Conference on Big Data and Civil Rights

Yasmin Fallahkhair posted on 12/16/2014


New Book: How Do School Leaders Effectively Use Data to Improve Achievement?
DC School Uses Data to Boost ELL Achievement

Through the use of data, teachers and other education leaders in the Petworth neighborhood campus of Center City Public Charter Schools found patterns that improved instruction by addressing the unique needs of each student. In this video you’ll hear directly from Center City’s teachers, principal, and a student about how the effective use of data helped the school’s ELL students post 30 point gains in both English and math in just one year.

In 2013 the Petworth neighborhood campus of Center City Public Charter Schools posted the biggest English Language Learner (ELL) achievement gains in Washington, DC. Through the use of data, teachers and other education leaders in the school found patterns that improved instruction by addressing the unique needs of each student.


Yasmin Fallahkhair posted on 12/11/2014


District of Columbia School Uses Data to Boost ELL Achievement

Danielle Evennou posted on 12/9/2014


Lessons Learned from Become the Change

Rachel Anderson posted on 12/5/2014


EdData Privacy Update 12/5/2014

Paige Kowalski posted on 12/2/2014


Rethinking the Parent-Teacher Conference

Katie Ida posted on 11/26/2014


What DQC Is Thankful for in 2014

Sara McClafferty posted on 11/26/2014


Providing Feedback to Teacher Preparation Programs: Proposed Federal Regulations

Katie Ida posted on 11/25/2014


Data for Action 2014 in the News

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