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Promoting Data in the Classroom: Innovative State Models and Missed Opportunities

New American Foundation released a report exploring the use of student achievement data to improve classroom instruction. The paper highlights examples from two states—Oregon and Delaware—of federally funded, state-driven efforts to equip teachers with the tools they need to utilize student data.

The report offers federal policymakers a view into two states’ federally funded efforts to implement data systems that work for teachers. It also provides states with a glimpse of the challenges and successes each state reached throughout the implementation of their projects and explores the federal policy implications of each project.

June 2013