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How District Leaders Use Data to Provide Support and Accountability to School Leaders

What happens when a large at-risk school district pairs its Title I director (Ed.D.) with its Student Assessment director (Ph.D.), tasking them to increase school achievement in its 27 Title I schools? Title I principals in Granite School District received novel data supports, visualizations, and training to build their capacity—all integrated into a scope and sequence of monthly training. School data became the glue that connected schools’ needs assessments, identifying evidence-based strategies, and accountability for spending all school funding sources. In this presentation, you will hear lessons learned, future plans, and receive links to training and other resources used with our Title I principals.

This talk was presented at:
2022 National ESEA Conference
February 2022 in New Orleans, LA
For more information:
request materials by email: awilson@graniteschools.org
Speakers
Aaron Wilson

Dr. Aaron Wilson, Ed.D., has spent his entire career in Title I: high school teacher, junior high assistant principal, junior high principal, and now as director overseeing 27 Title I schools. In 2019 he received his Doctorate from Brigham Young University; his dissertation explored building principals’ capacity. His current role not only oversees Title I schools, but also bridges the work of Student Assessment and Research Evaluation to ensure alignment between data use, evidence-based practices, and spending to close achievement gaps.

Joan Bramble

Joan Bramble, Ph.D., is the Associate Director of Student Assessment in Granite School District, a large diverse district in Utah. She works collaboratively in an Organizational Effectiveness Department supporting 21 Title I schools. Prior to this role, Joan was a building administrator for 14 years, seven of those in a Title I school. She is passionate about making data visible and usable for principals and teachers, utilizing her practical experience in addition to her doctoral research focused on using data to inform instruction.