I have enjoyed reading the thought provoking postings over the past few weeks. As we plan for the start of a new school year, I am working on ways to help teachers see data analysis as part of their everyday instructional planning and not just something that we do in team meetings. We use data from the ThinkLink assessments to plan grade level instruction based on areas of need, and that has been a tremendous help for our teachers and students. Some of the teams are using data from practice probes to design differentiated instruction for groups of students. I am looking for ways to encourage all teachers to make better use of the available data on a regular basis, so any suggestions would be welcome.