OSEP is requesting public comment on the use of results data in an accountability system under IDEA.
CoSN releases a privacy toolkit for K-12 school leaders at their 2014 Annual Conference in Washington, DC.
Pearson shares a report on the influx of data and its potential impact on adaptive learning for students.
The USED announced the beginning of the fifth round of the i3 grant competition with up to $3,000,000 available per grant.
The four new data collection snapshots in the CRDC focus on discipline, early childhood access, teacher equity, and access to college- and career-ready courses.
These guidebooks were developed through efforts associated with the USED Race to the Top Reform Support Network (RSN) and are provided for general distribution to education agencies and service providers.
The Iowa Department of Education reports the third consecutive yearly gain in the state's high school graduation rate to 89.68 percent in 2013, up from 89.26 percent in 2012 and 88.32 percent in 2011.
Maine Gov. Paul R. LePage and Education Commissioner Jim Rier announced that 12 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Centers will receive $500,000 per year from the Maine Department of Education to support the Bridge Year Program that will enable up to 225 students to earn approximately two semesters of college credit before graduating high school.
The Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation awarded 35 grants totaling $203,000 to Montana Schools and United Ways under the Graduation Matters program, which State Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau says has helped push down the statewide dropout rate to 3.6 percent in 2013 from 5 percent in 2009.
About 9,000 students across Rhode Island will field test the PARCC exam, which will replace the NECAP test next year. State Education Commissioner Deborah Gist says the field test comes at a time when designers are refining the exam, and it will help teachers, administrators, and students prepare for next year.