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This article presents case study research which explored the use of school performance feedback and its’ perceived effects. The findings show that all schools used the feedback in writing school improvement plans. However, it was found that the extent of genuine school improvement varied across schools as did the perceived effects of the use of performance feedback.
Updated: Apr. 04, 2011
Schools face a lot of data on the functioning of their school which they can use to make improvements in teaching, learning and the organization. This explorative study in the Netherlands shows that teachers mainly use classroom level data for making instructional decisions at classroom level, and school leaders mainly use school level data for policy development decisions. The article concludes with suggestions with regard to enhancing the effectiveness of data-driven decision making.
Updated: Aug. 03, 2010