Data Informed Decision Making - Virginia CLC
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Published Date: October 22, 2020

Data Informed Decision Making

The phrase data rich and information poor (DRIP) was first used in the 1983 best-selling business book, In Search of Excellence, to describe organizations that were rich in data, but lacked the processes to use the data to drive improvement. Divisions and schools continue to struggle with the implementation of data analysis and informed decision-making processes with fidelity. This presentation will describe the core features of an effective system for data-informed decision-making that results in improved outcomes for students.

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