Understanding the Promise and Dynamics of Data-Informed Leadership
by Michael S. Knapp, Michael A. Copland & Juli Ann Swinnerton — 2007
Educational leaders have always had “data” of some kind available to them when making decisions. Gathering whatever information they could readily access, and drawing on accumulated experience, intuition, and political acumen, leaders have pursued what they viewed as the wisest courses of action. However, in many cases, the data drawn into the decision-making process was unsystematically gathered, incomplete, or insufficiently nuanced to carry the weight of important decisions.
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