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JanBorelli

Thanks Scott, I have used this with my own faculty and then with fellow principals in my district. Your commitment to leadership training is admirable by any standard.

Barbara

Thanks Scott! You told me about this a year ago and I was afraid I had lost the link. As the new school year begins disaggregation of data is one piece in our planning process. I am also hoping that by reviewing these links I will get some insight into how to gather and evaluate more meaningful data about what is really important and about the skills we are teaching which do not necessarily match what standardized test are testing.

Scott McLeod

Barbara, this is the kind of work I do all the time with schools and state departments of education. Get in touch if you think I can be of help!

www.scottmcleod.net/contact

Joseph Jones

Scott:
Good stuff. I know a good bit about Excel, but the conditional formatting was something new for me. It is very intuitive, but, as with all this new technology, it is a matter of having the time to find, read, and practice the skills.

Your links help -- I will be sure to using this exact technique in my work with data this year. Thanks -- I look forward to reviewing some of the other links in hope of finding more helpful hints.
Joe

repairman

Thanks for the head-up, Scott. I posted your web site's URL on my blog and let our admin know about it too.

Thanks again!

Rick

Good stuff here, Scott. I thought I knew quite a bit about Excel, but I learned a few things in here. Thanks for putting this together.

excel chic

Barbara, this is the kind of work I do all the time with schools and state departments of education. Get in touch if you think I can be of help!

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