Educator Data Use Journal Articles

Educator Data Use Journal Articles

The Journal of Educational Research & Policy Studies is a national peer-reviewed publication that seeks to provide an interdisciplinary forum for the consideration of meaningful educational research initiatives and policy analyses. This issue has the following articles:

  • Building Educators’ Data Literacy: Differing Perspectives
  • Defining Data Literacy: A Report on a Convening of Experts
  • Leading Data Use: Pre-Service Courses for Principals and Superintendents
  • Professional Development to Build Data Literacy: The View from a Professional Development Provider
  • Why Definitions Matter: Data Literacy and Education Policy Change

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