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Data and Interventions at RCS Study Session tonight

February 27, 2012

Tonight the Rochester Community Schools Board of Education will be discussing using data to drive interventions for students.  Theoretically, our Pyramid of Intervention was meet the needs of both struggling and advanced students.  Will you join me tonight in making sure that advanced and gifted students are not left out of this important discussion?

Where: Rochester Community Schools Administration Building, Parker Room (upstairs)
When: Monday, February 27, 2012, immediately following the regular 7:00 PM board meeting

This study session will not be televised, but is open to the public.

An example Pyramid of Intervention is below:


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  1. Chuck Fellows permalink
    February 28, 2012 8:09 AM

    A small favor of all those using or planning to use data for the evaluation of and planning for learning, please read a very short book:

    “Understanding Variation” by Donald Wheeler. SPC Press.

    Data used in most educational settings is isolated from context. That type of data contains little information upon which to base meaningful action toward continual improvement.

    Using that type of data is most often detrimental to process improvement. For further information see “Out of the Crisis” by Edwards Deming or “The Deming Dimension” by Neave.

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