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Unfinished, Not Lost: Shifting Language and Data Practices to Support Student Learning

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Brooke Mabry  
Hosted by NWEA. With commitment and care, school leaders can engage in language and data practices to support schooling renewal and learning acceleration. Join this session to explore components for building a strong culture of data use and experience a model data conversations protocol to sustain continuous improvement in your school or district.

Audience: Principals/head teachers, Professional developers, Curriculum/district specialists
Topic: Leadership
Grade level: PK-12


Brooke Mabry, NWEA

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