Fla. district to use data teams to crunch schools' numbers

02/12/2014 | Bradenton Herald (Fla.)

Superintendent Rick Mills of the Manatee County School District in Florida said school-data teams will be used to analyze and interpret information from each school, including student assessments, attendance and drop-out rates. Data teams will meet regularly with teachers by grade and content area to determine whether students are on track to graduate. "We want to find where our challenges are," Mills said.

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