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Suggestions for more effectively using student data

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The Data Quality Campaign (DQC), a US organisation advocating that families and educators receive timely educational data to increase student achievement, has released a new report, Time to Act: Making Data Work for Students, which offers suggestions to policymakers on how data systems can be used more effectively. Primarily, they encourage states to shift their focus from building data systems to using data to determine and meet each student’s individual academic needs.
The DQC worked with educational leaders to determine four policy priorities that they deemed most critical:
Each policy priority is followed by specific recommendations, successful state examples, and DQC resources for further information.

Source: Time to Act: Making Data Work for Students (2016), Data Quality Campaign.

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