A year-old campaign that seeks to improve the collection and use of data to drive school reform appears to be bearing results: States around the nation are making progress in building longitudinal data systems to support instruction, according to the Data Quality Campaign (DQC).

On the first anniversary of its launch, the Data Quality Campaign has released a report highlighting states' successes in building longitudinal data systems. Over the past year, the DQC--a national partnership that aims to improve the quality, accessibility, and use of data in education--has highlighted the power of developing and using data systems that follow...

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