WEBINAR: Elevate School Outcomes: 10 Steps to Building a High-Performing Data Team


WEBINAR: Elevate School Outcomes: 10 Steps to Building a High-Performing Data

 Join us for this free 30-minute webinar on 26 October, 2023. Our event will provide you with the knowledge and strategies necessary to establish a data team within your school. You will leave with a structured, step-by-step guide to support the development of a data team that will not only support effective data utilization but also foster a culture of collaboration and inquiry!

In today’s educational landscape, data isn’t just numbers; it’s a fundamental pillar to enhancing your school’s success. By participating in this professional development opportunity, you will gain invaluable insights into the collaborative approach necessary for successful school improvement initiatives.

Secure your spot today to be the driver of data-informed decision-making in your school.

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WEBINAR: Elevate School Outcomes: 10 Steps to Building a High-Performing Data Team
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