Using Data Featured in the Fall Issue of SEEN Magazine

September 1, 2009



CAMBRIDGE, MA– SouthEast Education Network (SEEN) Magazine showcased the work of Diana Nunnaley and the Using Data project in their Fall 2009 issue. Nunnaley, Project Director for Using Data, shared her experiences working with schools and conveyed helpful insights as to how educators can employ data for lasting changes in school cultures and student learning.

SEEN Magazine is a tri-annually published educational magazine that reaches educators, administrators, and educational professionals in twelve southeastern states. The article—part of the early fall 2009 issue focusing on Technology in Education—is available for download on SEEN’s site or in PDF format here.