Street Data: A Next-Generation Model For Equity, Pedagogy, And School Transformation
  • Street Data: A Next-Generation Model For Equity, Pedagogy, And School Transformation
  • Street Data: A Next-Generation Model For Equity, Pedagogy, And School Transformation
  • Street Data: A Next-Generation Model For Equity, Pedagogy, And School Transformation
  • Street Data: A Next-Generation Model For Equity, Pedagogy, And School Transformation
ISBN: 1071812718
EAN13: 9781071812716
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 23, 2021
Pages: 280
Dimensions: 1" H x 9.99998" L x 7.00786" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   this is the book I am using ALL the time; transformative
Street Data shares a systems-based leadership model and strategies to Walk the Talk '' of a truly transformative school and district transformation. As someone with 25+ years of experience in education as a teacher, school building leader and district leader, this book is the handbook I am often referring to. Safir and Dugan call powerful truths about how we often make decisions without listening to those who are most marginalized in our school systems. This book includes a powerful structure, supported with specific practices and examples that avoid a cookie cutter - one-size fits all - model. Street Data enables a coherent equitable school transformation that is both visionary and sustainable. I urge all district and school administrators and teacher leaders to read this book.
 
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   Junk
The authors seem to think that teachers should teach students how they should feel about whatever the subject had instead of simply telling the facts of the subject. A teacher's job is to ensure that all students understand 2x2 4. It is not a teacher's task to tell the student how to feel about the fact that 2x2 4.
 
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   Practitioner’s book!
This book is hands down, one to have in print and constantly on hand for reference. A beautiful marriage of theory and practice that we can all use and pass to colleagues. This book is truly a gift and the authors are phenomenally responsive humans.
 
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   Inspiring
Amazingly written and informative. A book that speaks to the importance of the whole child and the importance of critical data driven decision making.
 
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   Transformational and healing
This book is epic and necessary for every educator, leader and human. It offers tangible methods and ideas about how to heal, lead, and listen. I support educators and school administrators and plan to use this book to guide our work. It is truly transformational and focuses on healing. Thank you for sharing this work and writing this work with the world.
 
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   Thought provoking and shifting my thinking about data use
Street Data is an insightful book that digs deep into the underpinnings of the present systems of aggregating and disaggregating data that continues systems of oppression. I have been in the field of data work in education for 15+ years and this book speaks to leveraging data in a way that will truly bring change in education for all students. I have been devouring this book and integrating its principles in my professional learning sessions because this content needs to be scaled so that more educators shift their thinking around the effective and efficient use of data. This should be a must-read for every aspiring educational leader.
 
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