Document Number: 9952States Could Empower Stakeholders to Make Education Decisions with Data . . . but They Haven‘t Yet - How can states allocate scarce resources AND improve student achievement without data? The answer is simple: They can’t. States cannot inform these critical policy conversations, or any others for that matter, without effective data use. Click here for the full report, including clickable maps allowing you to view each state's progress. Click here for the executive summary. (Data Quality Campaign, November 2011)(Data Quality Campaign, November 2011)...
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