Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Reauthorization
DQC Resources Related to ESEA Reauthorization: The reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) is an opportunity to reinforce the foundational role of data in improving student outcomes and support the move from an era of data collection to an era of data use. The federal government can support state and local efforts through appropriate means in the ESEA reauthorization.
DQC Resources Related to ESEA Reauthorization:
- 5/2010: DQC’s Recommendations for Statewide Longitudinal Data System Use in the Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act
- 4/2010: DQC Executive Director Aimee Guidera’s written testimony at a May 4, 2009 hearing before the Aspen Institute's Commission on No Child Left Behind.
- 5/2007: Building and Using Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems: Implications for Policy: The DQC recognizes that policymakers at every level face important, timely challenges in building and using data systems; it will take significant investment, support and capacity building at the local, state and national levels to achieve that goal. The recommended policy actions noted in this publication reflect the common concerns, shared vision and lessons learned from the growing DQC network.
Topic: Federal Policy