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Streamlined and Strengthened

Five new best practices for securing student data. GUEST COLUMN | by Adam Eberle A vital responsibility of school districts is to safeguard all statistics and information they gather about their students. While that data must be kept secure to … Continue reading

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The New Politics of Educational Data

A widening ideological divide emerges with powerful implications for the future of education. GUEST COLUMN | by Bryan Alexander  As winter gives way to spring in the northern hemisphere, we are witnessing the emergence of a new politics of educational … Continue reading

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The Value of School Data

Mining knowledge with a data warehousing pioneer. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero With 13 state education agencies, 4800 districts and nearly 20 million students served, the people behind eScholar know something about collecting and using education data to improve student … Continue reading

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