Evaluation of Support for Using Student Data to Inform Teachers’ Instruction

Publisher: Washington, DC: National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education.
Sep 30, 2019
Authors
Philip Gleason, Sarah Crissey, Greg Chojnacki, Marykate Zukiewicz, Tim Silva, Sarah Costelloe, and Fran O'Reilly

Key Findings:

  • Most aspects of the intervention were implemented as planned.
  • Despite additional resources and emphasis placed on data-related activities, the support for data-driven instruction intervention did not increase key data-related activities.
  • The support for data-driven instruction intervention did not increase teachers’ data use or change their instructional practices.

This report presents findings from a random assignment study examining how providing coaching and support to schools to help them use student data to inform teachers’ instruction affects teachers’ practices and student achievement.

Project

Evaluation of Support for Using Student Data to Inform Teachers' Instruction

Funders

U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences

Time Frame

2012-2019

Senior Staff

Gregory Chojnacki
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Marykate Zukiewicz
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Philip Gleason
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