Tags Data Quality Campaign
Report: Administrator data literacy is key to student success
Administrators need to be able to collect, analyze and use data in ways that benefits students, according to the nonprofit Data Quality Campaign.
Data Quality Campaign embraces new chief
The outgoing CEO of the Data Quality Campaign reflects on what she learned while the new one lays out what's ahead for the nonprofit.
States are making progress on data 'report cards,' but shortcomings are many
Analysis from the Data Quality Campaign shows reports bogged down by lack of clarity, accessibility and jargon.
DQC: States making progress on data privacy but need to address educator access
Legislatures also need to look at more data protection training for teachers, report says.
How schools can track kids' progress under ESSA using data
A nonprofit is sharing ways that state officials can provide data to the public under the Every Student Succeeds Act.
Why Congress needs to fund student privacy initiatives
Commentary: The Department of Education has asked for a budget increase of million for its work around student privacy, and for the first time, that request is before Congress. They should act now.
Why data literacy training is important, and how I-TECH helps
Commentary: The Senate's I-TECH program, which was introduced as an amendment to ESEA, would provide professional development for teachers to effectively use student data.
Amendment to create student data privacy commission clears Senate
The panel would research which federal and state laws around student data privacy are working and which aren't.
Congress to debate No Child Left Behind reauthorization
The Senate will take up an overhaul of the education legislation, which hasn't been updated since 2007, debating measures on innovative testing and privacy.