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EARLY COLLEGE DESIGNS

SHORT SELF ASSESSMENT TOOL

This survey is a quick way to probe current data-use practices, faculty and staff attitudes toward data use, and fears and concerns regarding how data will be used. It is often helpful to address these issues first if the school does not have a plan for data analysis and use. School faculty and staff should participate by completing the survey and discussing the results for example, in a staff or professional development meeting.

The survey includes ten statements identified as important for schoolwide data-use priorities. Once the survey has been completed, the discussion could start with statements where the largest number of responses were “Not True.” The reasons given by respondents would be important to knowing where there is a lack of consensus and what issues and practices must be addressed before respondents are ready to begin setting goals and action steps.

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We have a teacher who is knowledgeable on data management and analysis; he/she serves as a data-person/mentor at the school.

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We have teachers, organized into school improvement teams/study groups, who develop data-driven improvement plans.

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All teachers and administrators are involved in the process of data analysis.

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The principal leads and supports the use of data.
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We have allocated time so that teachers/teams of teachers can analyze and reflect upon data and plan revisions to their curricula and teaching practices.
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We use multiple indicators and pieces of data to make decisions and gauge outcomes.
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We have a philosophy that supports data use and continual growth on the part of students, teachers, and administrators.
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Conversations on data are focused on: 1) improvement, not blame; and 2) what the data show, not what the staff think should be done to solve the problems.

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Conversations guard against early conclusions about why the data look like they do.
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We have a mechanism to analyze and disaggregate data quickly.
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