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FERPA Mythbusters - This Data Quality Campaign site focuses on the myths in implementing the final amendments within the state longitudinal data systems....

Data Quality Campaign - The Data Quality Campaign (DCQ) is a national, collaborative effort to encourage and support state policymakers to: (1) improve the collection, availability, and use of high-quality education data; and (2) implement state longitudinal data systems to improve student achievement....

Profiling Educational Technology Integration (PETI): Resources for Assessing Readiness & Use - This Web site provides a number of tools to assist states, districts, schools and researchers in profiling their progress with technology over time, documenting both readiness and effective use. Tools include a framework for aligning NCLB technology and student achievement expecations with local infrastructure; surveys for teachers, principals and districts to assess technology infrastructure and application; model school and state reports on technology infrastructure; and background on how the tools were developed....

Improving School Board Decision-Making: The Data Connection - This Web site provides materials for school board members who want to know more about using data to make good decisions for public schools. Included on the site are PowerPoint presentations, quizzes, hands-on training tools and other materials....

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