Liked Teacher learning, not student test results, should be a national priority for Australia by By Ian Hardy (EduResearch Matters)

Useful data can also include teachersโ€™ notes about student academic progress more generally, their level of attentiveness in class, as well as about their well-being and social engagement with their peers, and other adults in the school. Seeking to work productively with a wide and deep array of data, beyond simply standardized measures, is the key to fostering substantive teacher learning for student learning.