Jarrod Bolte, Faith Connolly, and Marc Stein discuss how practitioners are using improvement science to make smaller changes to achieve outcomes in areas like early literacy and attendance for students in Baltimore City schools. They discuss the availability of data within schools, and how the PDCA cycle can be used to take education research and experiment to see if it works in the real world. They also discuss how to empower teachers, school leaders and others to understand and use multiple layers of data in their day-to-day work.
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