The Next Step: Using Longitudinal Data Systems To Improve Student Success

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The Next Step: Using Longitudinal Data Systems To Improve Student Success

Over the next three years, the DQC will continue to assist states in developing data systems based on the 10 essential elements and in using the information to improve student performance. To help ensure that states benefit from their infrastructure investments, the DQC will focus on two high-priority needs: building demand for the newly available information and helping state agencies assist all stakeholders in harnessing this powerful source of information.

The Next Step: Using Longitudinal Data Systems to Improve Student Success focuses on the 10 actions that states should take to ensure that all stakeholders use state longitudinal data effectively for continuous improvement.