Assessing local needs by systematically selecting, organizing, and analyzing demographic data, student learning data, perceptions data, and school processes data plays a crucial role in the planning cycle.
Making the data accessible by creating charts and tables encourages members of the school community to fully participate in the data analysis process.
The needs assessment establishes priorities that will guide the planning team in developing concrete learning outcomes that define what students will know, accomplish, and be able to do when they reach the academic improvement targets.
Tagged under: Analyzing Data,Assessing Local Needs,QSF,Quality Schooling Framework,California Department Education
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