Eat your data raw!

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Far be it from me to position myself as the queen of healthy eating. However, even I know that heavily processed food is less good for us than food in its natural, unprocessed state. Whether raw food is really better that cooked food, I very much doubt. However, let’s run with the raw=good, processed=bad metaphor when applied to the wonderful world of school data.

I think the grip that excessive marking had on our schools is finally beginning to wane. At a recent event I was at for early career stage teachers, I asked how many people worked at schools where heavy duty marking was still the norm. About half the room put their hand up. Last year it would have been at least two thirds, if not three quarters. At our open days about marking, our approach seems less revolutionary now to most who attend and more about tweaking…

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