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Taking a Stand on Principles Read More.
March 18, 2015

Happy Digital Learning Day! Read More.
March 13, 2015

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

WEBSITE PRIVACY POLICY


Paige Kowalski posted on 3/18/2015


Taking a Stand on Principles

Rachel Anderson posted on 3/13/2015


Happy Digital Learning Day!

High-quality education data are essential for improving students’ achievement in school and preparing them for success in life. When effectively used, these data can empower educators, students, and families with the information they need to make decisions to help all learners succeed. Everyone who uses student information has a responsibility to maintain students’ privacy and the security of their data, especially when these data are personally identifiable. This starts with limiting the data that are collected, stored, shared, and used to support student learning and success.


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

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