Data Informed Decision Making. Dr. Robert Rodosky Dr. Marco Muñoz Jefferson County Public Schools (Kentucky) Presented at the National Evaluation Institute October 4-6, 2007. Presentation Overview. Wallace Foundation Leadership Interest Groups (LIG) Data-Driven Decision Making
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Dr. Robert Rodosky
Dr. Marco Muñoz
Jefferson County Public Schools (Kentucky)
Presented at the National Evaluation Institute
October 4-6, 2007
Note: Georgia did not include a question on district support. Kentucky asked “I receive adequate support from the district.” and “I receive adequate support from the state.”
What are the steps in a continuous improvement process that Principals use most frequently?
Note: Number in parentheses are the percent of respondents who stated that they used this step very frequently or frequently during the school year.
Note: Number in parentheses are the percent of respondents who somewhat disagreed or disagreed with the statements.
Elementary, Middle, and High School Principals
(N = 133)
(N = 73)
Data Informed Decision Making in a Leadership System
Set clear expectations about what leaders should be able to do with data to improve instruction & learning
Collaborate with higher education to provide quality preparation in the use of data
Provide continuing PD & support to leaders in using a wide variety of data
Ensure that leaders have the time, authority, and resources to make use of data