Reclaiming Assessment Through Accountability That Is `` Just Right `` By Elizabeth Graue And Erica Johnson

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The articles that I chose for this analysis paper are “Reclaiming Assessment Through Accountability That Is “Just Right” by Elizabeth Graue and Erica Johnson (2011), which is available online at: http://dm.education.wisc.edu/megraue/intellcont/GraueJohnsonReclaiming%20Assessment%20through%20accountability%20that%20is%20just%20right-1.pdf The second article that was selected was “A Practical Framework For Building a Data Driven District or School: How a Focus on Data Quality, Capacity and Culture Supports Data Driven Action to Improve Student Outcomes” by David Ronka, Robb Geier and Malgorzata Marciniak (2010), which can be viewed online at: http://www.publicconsultinggroup.com/news/post/2010/06/28/A-Practical-Framework-for-Building-a-Data-Driven-District-or-School-How-a-Focus-on-Data-Quality-Capacity-and-Culture-Supports-Data-Driven-Action-to-Improve-Student-Outcomes.aspx Additional resources for this analysis came from the textbook, “Got Data? Now What? Creating and Leading Cultures of Inquiry” (2012).

I. Summary of the Articles

“Reclaiming Assessment Through Accountability That Is “Just Right” by Elizabeth Graue and Erica Johnson is an article that focuses on the data driven strategies that can be utilized by school leaders in order to develop an effective and sustainable data analysis culture. Elizabeth Graue is the Sorenson professor of Curriculum and Instruction in the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Elizabeth Graue is a PhD…

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