Building and Using Longitudinal Data Systems for Effective Reporting

Posted on February 01, 2010

New AYPF Issue Brief: Building and Using Longitudinal Data Systems for Effective Reporting and to Improve Student Achievement: This issue brief describes AYPF’s field trip and learning exchange hosted in June 2009 in partnership with the Data Quality Campaign. The brief describes the key themes and lessons learned including developing a data culture, effective data governance, and creating an LDS with the ability to connect across agencies and states. Additionally, there are excellent resources to guide states as they work to develop a comprehensive LDS.  Included in the brief are descriptions of the event’s key presenters: Kathy Gosa, Director of Information Technology for the Kansas State Department of Education; and Robert Curtin, Manager of Data Analysis and Reporting for the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

http://www.aypf.org/publications/documents/FINALLinkingSecondary-PostsecondaryIssueBrief-FINAL.pdf


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