Who Uses Student Data?

Districts, states, and the federal government all collect data about students for important purposes like informing instruction and providing information to the public. But the type of data collected, and who can access them, is different at each point. This engaging infographic and video from the Data Quality Campaign helps visually capture the flow of student data; allowing readers to see how student data—whether collected from schools to the U.S. Department of Education—is accessed and used.

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