Document Number: 10996Right Questions, Right Data, Right Answers - A new analysis of 49 states and the District of Columbia finds states have made great progress in their use of education data, shifting their vision from collection for compliance to effective use in the statehouse, in the district office, and in the classroom. While states have more capacity to use secure information, they need to concentrate on using the right data to answer the right questions to improve student success. This is the ninth version of an annual look at states’ use of data and for the first time two states–Arkansas and Delaware–have achieved all of the Data Quality Campaign’s 10 Actions to Ensure Effective Data Use.(Data Quality Campaign, November 2013)...
Related IssuesData-Driven Improvement
State Longitudinal Data Systems