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    Tessa Gray
    Using data to find innovative solutions to creative problems
    27 May
    Public discussion Created by Tessa Gray

    As a result of collaborative partnerships and PLD support from CORE Education, Cobden School has strengthened processes to use evidence-based data to inform and improve their practice and the results have been outstanding for all involved. Click here to see this infographic in full view.

    Big huge, ngā mihi (thank you) to Cobden School for co-creating and sharing this remarkable story. 

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    Are you interested in innovative ways to collect, present and use data to improve student outcomes? Want to find out how to create infographics to represent data and progress? Feel free to comment below or contact our PLD team to find out more.

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