The field research phase of the Oregon DATA Project consisted of 15 meetings in eight locations across the states. More than 180 people, from principals to teachers to IT experts to classified staff, enthusiastically shared their thoughts on how we can best use data to improve student achievement in Oregon. It was an invigorating and productive process, expertly guided by Carmichael Consulting of Creswell. We would like to thank all of the people who took time out of their busy schedules to participate in the facilitated sessions.
In response to participant requests, we have made the results of this research available below. The entire report is available here, as are redacted portions: the executive summary, questions for the written survey, and technical and instructional group questions. If you need more information, please contact the DATA Project communications director here.