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Palgrave Macmillan

Data-Driven Decision-Making in Schools

Lessons from Trinidad

ISBN 9781137429100
Publication Date January 2014
Formats Hardcover Ebook (EPUB) Ebook (PDF) 
Publisher Palgrave Pivot

Yamin-Ali shows how schools can undertake responsible decision-making through gathering and analyzing data, using as examples six fully developed case studies that shed light on common questions of school culture and student life, including student stress, subject selection, and the issue of teacher gender in single-sex classes. Each of the six reports immerses the reader in a deeper understanding of the issue as treated within the field of education internationally. Data, examination of the pertinent literature in the field, methodology of each case study, findings, and discussion provide a descriptive report of the research capability and potential for data-driven decision-making in these schools, using participants' voices and statistics from the data collected.

Jennifer Yamin-Ali is Lecturer and Program Coordinator in the School of Education at the University of the West Indies, Trinidad.

1. The Research Culture in 5 Secondary Schools – A Case Study
2. The Challenge of Maintaining School Culture in a Traditional School Setting – A Case Study
3. A Study of Student Stress at the Senior Level at an All Girls' Secondary School – A Case Study
4. Male Adolescents' Conceptions of Success, and their Perceptions of their School Experiences – A Case Study
5. Subject Selection at the Secondary School Level - A Case Study
6. Should we Re-masculinise the Boys' School? - A Case Study

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