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3D - Data-Driven Decision Making

http://www.cosn.org/

Developed by the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), this web site provides school administrators with current examples of how data-driven decision making systems have improved student achievement and helped make the best use of technology funds. This website is especially helpful in providing research-based examples and case studies for implementing new tools and programs related to data.
 

Dropping Out of School is One of the Key Social Challenges of Our Time

http://www.portical.org/tools/Dropout_Prevention_Handout.pdf

This pdf matrix lays out what the California Department of Education (CDE) is currently doing and planning on doing to improve dropout reduction in California. Written by the Middle & High School Improvement Office and Educational Options Office under the Secondary, Postsecondary, & Adult Leadership Division, the matrix is designed to provide you with specific programs offered by the CDE and research linking to additional information including locations on the CDE website for best practices, dropout prevention, and much more!
 

KIPP-Knowledge is Power Program

http://www.kipp.org/

This charter school program should grab the attention of public school administrators. KIPP will be coming to a state, county, district near you! At this site, you will find information concerning this type of school, including articles, training opportunities, and more. There are currently a handful of schools across the country, with more planned.
 

The Best Evidence Encyclopedia (BEE)

http://www.bestevidence.org

What works in education? The Best Evidence Encyclopedia (BEE), funded by Johns Hopskins University, presents reliable, unbiased reviews of research-proven educational programs to help: policy makers use evidence to make informed choices. Principals choose proven programs to meet state standards. Teachers use the most powerful tools available. And researchers find rigorous evaluations of educational programs.
 
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