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As a former K-12 teacher, principal, and district administrator, I’ve worked with many teachers and school leaders in data analysis sessions over the past 25 years. But I’ve never met anyone who gets up in the morning and says, “I’m so excited to analyze the state test results today!”
Data analysis can cause stress, anxiety, and fatigue, which may contribute to burnout or prevent us from enjoying our work.
But data analysis doesn’t have to be drudgery; it can be uplifting, invigorating, and inviting.