Measure what Matters

Using Student Experience Data to Co-Design Learning Environments

This paper explores five key actions that can be taken to effectively implement student-centered data systems in creating learning environments where all young people feel seen, heard, and able to achieve. Paired with practical examples, these key actions were generated in partnership with BELE learning partners and their experience working with districts to implement Elevate, a professional development tool designed to support educators in gathering feedback from students and co-designing improvements in learning conditions.

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