Historically, statewide longitudinal data systems were designed to meet compliance and accountability requirements. With the increasing focus on using data to improve student success, states must ensure that these systems inform and support data use at all levels. States and districts are beginning to take action to work together to align their data efforts to improve system-wide performance and student achievement.
Join the Data Quality Campaign for a webinar on December 15 at 2 p.m. EST – Exploring a New Role for States: From Compliance-Based to Service-Supporting. This engaging discussion will focus on the current landscape in three states of their state-district alignment efforts, promising approaches to this work, and drivers for evolving the role of the state. Presenters include:
– Peter Gorman, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
– Bill Hurwitch, Maine Department of Education
– Brian Rawson, Texas Education Agency
Click here to register.