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Data Quality Campaign releases "Time to Act: Making Data Work for Students" report

On April 26, the Data Quality Campaign released Time to Act: Making Data Work for Students. The report outlines four policy priorities states should follow when enacting education data policies and procedures: measuring what matters, making data use possible, being transparent and earning trust, and guaranteeing access and protecting privacy. Both Kentucky and Georgia are highlighted as two states that have moved in this direction in the last few years.