Utilizing Data for Systemic Change
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Looking at schoolwide data, where can schools begin to promote access and equity for all students? This chapter guides school leadership teams, Professional Learning Communities, and counselors to further examine their data in order to use data as a tool for decision making. A deeper look into systemic change, including understanding needs and assets and leveraging strengths in marginalized communities, and the team initiated problem solving (TIPS) model are included. In this strategy, counselors can look at subgroup data by race and then dig deeper to create causal hypotheses using an additional layer of data. A five-step process for creating SMART goals for systemic change will be included.