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Your source for the latest in education policy and data from Data Quality Campaign Executive Director Aimee Rogstad Guidera.
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Metro Nashville Students Define Goals and See Success with Data
With access to easy-to-understand data and time to talk about what they mean with their school leaders, students at Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) can see where they are excelling and set goals in areas where they could improve.
Student Digital Privacy and Parental Rights Act an Important Step Forward
Bill increases student data privacy protections while ensuring data can be used in service of learning
WASHINGTON (April 29, 2015)— Rep. Luke Messer (R-Ind.) and Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) today released the Student Digital Privacy and Parental Rights Act, a bill aimed at safeguarding student privacy. Following are the remarks of Aimee Rogstad Guidera, President and CEO of the Data Quality Campaign, a national nonprofit that advocates for the safe, effective use of education data to improve student achievement:
Child Welfare and Education Agencies Can Support Students Using #FosterData
In honor of #NationalFosterCareMonth, we're teaming up with the Legal Center for Foster Care and Education and the Juvenile Law Center to host a Twitter chat on how we can support students in foster care using #FosterData. We'll be joined by a host of experts and leaders in foster care and education policy fields.
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National Organizations Release Recommendations on the Federal Role in Student Data Privacy
The Data Quality Campaign Stresses Clarity, Coordination, and Capacity Building