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Document Number: 4023

Getting Smart About Data: Satisfying Federal Reporting Requirements While Helping Schools Improve MS Word - Creating a longitudinal student data system can help states collect the right data to meet the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) requirements and to improve schools. Data collected help educators identify and study best practice, assist in school improvement efforts and objectively evaluate current programs and policies. This ECS Issue Brief provides information on how collecting the necessary information will help states meet NCLB requirements and improve schools. (Chrys Dougherty, Education Commission of the States, September 2002)...
Author: Chrys Dougherty
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No Child Left Behind
State Longitudinal Data Systems

 
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