Sarah Weeks is a Ph.D. student in the Education Leadership program at Teachers College, Columbia University. Sarah’s interests include how teachers, students and school leaders use of student learning assessments and other data sources inform classroom and school improvement efforts. She is particularly interested in the impact of increasing teacher and school leader capacity in the use of student-centered assessment, personalized learning and mastery-based learning practices on equity and the role of student and teacher voice in curriculum and assessment design and implementation. During the 2018-19 academic year, Sarah is also a Doctoral Research Fellow in the Education Leadership Data Analytics Research Group working on Professor Bower’s National Science Foundation funded project, Building Community and Capacity for Data-Intensive Evidence-Based Decision Making in Schools and Districts. Prior to beginning her doctoral work, Sarah spent 17 years working in public and independent schools in New York and New Jersey as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, district leader and consultant. She holds a BA in Architecture from Yale University, a MA in Educational Policy, Organization and Leadership Studies from Stanford University, and a MSEd in Educational Administration and Supervision from Pace University/New Leaders for New Schools.
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