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Data for Kids

Helping students succeed with timely, actionable information to those who need it most. GUEST COLUMN | by Paige Kowalski The Data Quality Campaign (DQC) recently released a new vision and set of policy recommendations to help states enact policies critical … Continue reading

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Trends | Making Education Data Work for Students

Parents, teachers, community leaders, policymakers and students themselves need tailored information to ensure all students’ individual needs are met. While infrastructure investments and smart policies have given every state the technical ability to produce richer and more useful pictures of … Continue reading

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The New Politics of Educational Data

A widening ideological divide emerges with powerful implications for the future of education. GUEST COLUMN | by Bryan Alexander  As winter gives way to spring in the northern hemisphere, we are witnessing the emergence of a new politics of educational … Continue reading

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Education Technology is Nothing — without People

Putting purposeful tools in the hands of teachers we support and believe in. GUEST COLUMN | by Renny Monaghan There are some teachers and administrators who are so smitten with education technology, they believe there’s a technological solution for every … Continue reading

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A Step Further

Technology’s role in the evolution of useful data. GUEST COLUMN | by Brian Ludemann It is well known among education technologists that adoption of technology in our industry has always lagged behind others. There are many reasons for this – … Continue reading

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