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Eddata Privacy Update 3/6/2015 Read More.
March 6, 2015

Education Is Too Important To Be Run On Hunches Read More.
March 5, 2015

Making Data Work for Students Read More.
February 24, 2015


Rachel Anderson posted on 3/6/2015


Eddata Privacy Update 3/6/2015

Aimee Guidera posted on 3/5/2015


Education Is Too Important To Be Run On Hunches

Chris Kingsley posted on 2/24/2015


Making Data Work for Students
admin posted on Thu, 2015-02-19 15:34

DQC at SXSWedu 2015!

The DQC team is headed to SXSWedu to present on the value of education data, potential for data-driven innovation, and student data privacy. Check out the summit and panels that DQC will be participating in: 

 

Designing Principles for a Trusted Environment

Tuesday, March 10 

9:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m. (CST)


Rachel Anderson posted on 2/13/2015


EdData Privacy Update: 2/13/2015

Lisa Sparrow posted on 2/10/2015


NEW VIDEO: Supporting Student Success in Nashville
admin posted on Thu, 2015-02-05 15:14

New Resource Helps Communities Use Data to Improve Student Success

Contact: Jon-Michael Basile, jbasile@dataqualitycampaign.org, p: 202-787-5718 c: 202-360-2770

The reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) provides an opportunity to transform how data are used in education. The 2002 ESEA requirement to disaggregate data and provide them to the public has made it possible to have greater transparency and more accurate measures of academic performance than ever.


Katie Ida posted on 1/28/2015


What’s Your Role in Safeguarding Student Data?
admin posted on Fri, 2015-01-23 15:35

Don't Turn Out the Light

The Data Quality Campaign's Statement on the Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act

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