The Data Quality Campaign (DQC), on the first anniversary of its launch, released a progress report highlighting states' successes in building longitudinal data systems. Over the past year, the DQC, a national partnership to improve the quality, accessibility and use of data in education, has highlighted the power of developing and using longitudinal data systems as a key tool to improve student achievement. This intense focus on building and using data systems that follow individual students' progress over time is bearing results:
*42 states report having a unique student identifier (an integral part of a longitudinal data system) in place,...

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