Next year I am taking on a position in my school that has been dubbed C.A.R.D.S. or Curriculum At-Risk Data Specialist. This is a new position that has just been created. It is my job to take data from current assessments such as DIBELS, ThinkLink, and state standardized tests, distribute the data in readable form to teachers, help identify at-risk kids, and help find strategies to teach those kids. This is for reading and math. Also, I arrange mini-staff developments with me once per six weeks period for each grade level. (K-6) I will not be working directly with students, but mostly coaching teachers. Does this sound like anything that you do or have at your school? I would love to hear some ideas on organization, management and implementation of strategies that I suggest to teachers. Help!