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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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Rachel Anderson posted on 1/16/2015

EdData Privacy Update: 1/16/2015

Rachel Anderson posted on 1/12/2015

White House Announces Multi-Pronged Approach to Student Data Privacy
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The Data Quality Campaign Applauds White House Efforts to Safeguard Student Data

Contact: Jon-Michael Basile, 

Katie Ida posted on 1/9/2015

What We’re Reading: January 9, 2015

Katie Ida posted on 1/7/2015

2014 in Review: Data Success Stories

Jason Nicewicz posted on 12/18/2014

Diary of a DQC Intern

Danielle Evennou posted on 12/17/2014

First Annual Conference on Big Data and Civil Rights

Yasmin Fallahkhair posted on 12/16/2014

New Book: How Do School Leaders Effectively Use Data to Improve Achievement?