Generation and Use of Data as Management Tools for School Social Intervention Programs: Non Transferred Resources
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Santana López A.
The use of data in schools may contribute to reducing educational and social inequalities. This article seeks to examine the use of data in school intervention programs implemented within vulnerable schools in Chile and the transfer and use of this data by schools. Utilizing an exploratory descriptive multiple case study design. Results indicate that the data utilized by the programs could be used to have a greater understanding of childrens’ and families’ life contexts nevertheless this knowledge and expertise are not transferred to the schools. © 2019, © 2019 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
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