Data quality campaign unveils resource to help define student data
from Education Week
With concerns about data collection and privacy in school districts on the rise, the Data Quality Campaign, a national advocacy organization, released a new tool meant to help provide parents, educators, and policymakers with a clear definition of what "student data" actually means. The infographic aims to clarify common misconceptions and answer basic questions about what student information is collected and why, and how it can be used effectively, said Paige Kowalski, vice president of policy and advocacy for Data Quality Campaign, a Washington-based group that supports the use of data in education and the creation of school policy.
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