Family Engagement in the Era of Data-driven School Reform

Saturday February 10, 2018
10:00 - 11:30 AM
Room 121

In data-driven school districts, multiple sources of data are used to improve instruction, monitor students’ progress and evaluate programs or services. However, in this era of data-driven reform, sharing relevant data with parents and families becomes equally important. By sharing data and engaging in meaningful discussions with families, schools can leverage family assets to support individualized learning experiences. Through providing an access and an understanding of how data support, monitor, and help in advocating for a child's progress, families can take action and participate in well-informed decision-making.

Presenters
type:
Workshop
theme:
leadership
audience:
classroom leaders
topics:
family engagement, using data