November 19, 2013
Most States Collect Plenty of Education Data—They Just Don't Use It
The call for more and better data on the educational performance of students and colleges has become a common refrain from policy makers and lawmakers across the country.
The information is there, in many cases, but is not always being shared with other agencies or linked to other performance measures that would drive better policy decisions, according to the ninth annual report from the Data Quality Campaign, a nonpartisan group
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