Estimated Time to Complete: 1 1/2 hours
Presenter: Carrie Sanchez, Director of Leadership & Learning, North Point Educational Service Center
Designed for building and district leaders, explore critical areas of building and state report cards. Learn about how calculations are formulated, what each area represents, and how educational leaders can use this information to drive meaningful conversations with teachers, parents, community members, and boards of education. Leave this session with a deeper understanding of how building and district report cards can be meaningful tools for enhanced student learning and achievement. This session will also connect to the Ohio Improvement Process (OIP) framework to help leaders identify critical areas of need, plan for implementation by understanding how to use the tools available, and learn more how to examine, reflect, and adjust based upon a deeper understanding of student outcomes.
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