Five Steps for Structuring Data-Informed Conversations and Action in Education

Nashville, TN

How can educators hold productive conversations about survey results and other kinds of data?

How can data-informed conversations lead to strategic decisionmaking and action?

Learn about:

  • Practical strategies for holding conversations about data.
  • How to examine data and understand findings.
  • Steps, sample questions, and resources for using data more systematically and rigorously in education decisionmaking.
  • REL Pacific’s report, Five Steps for Structuring Data-Informed Conversations and Action in Education.

Shannon Black, Director of Talent Management, Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools

Christopher Causey, Ed.D., Supervisor of Accountability, Robertson County Board of Education, Tennessee

Margie Johnson, Business Intelligence Coordinator, Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools

Shelby Maier, Ph.D., Systems Transformation Researcher, REL Pacific

Mary Laurens Seely, Data Coach Coordinator, Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools

Vicki Smith, Ed.D., Regional Data Analyst, Mid-Cumberland CORE, Tennessee Department of Education