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Developing a progress-tracking system: data collection and analysis

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Last updated on 14 February 2017
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How might we develop our own system to track pupil progress? We relay advice from one of our associate education experts on how schools might develop their own systems to track pupil attainment and progress, including considerations when collecting and analysing tracking data.

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  1. 1 How to approach data collection
  2. 2 What data should we collect?
  3. 3 Analysing tracking data
  4. 4 Software packages for analysing pupils' progress

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