Measuring Success: Examples of State and District Data Collection Systems

Our presenters Frank Plaistowe and Ned Loughran discussed how their State and National data systems are helping to ensure that performance goals are met, and how these data systems have impacted the quality of service provision. They also reviewed how they were able to build the infrastructure for, and operate, centralized data collection systems for the purposes of tracking: a) Student Profiles: demographics, school history, and grade level;  b) Academic Progress: grades, test scores, and educational needs; c) Transition Outcomes: transcript transferral, student movements from school to school, and educational achievements (GED, high school diploma).

You may download the speakers' PowerPoint presentations from this Webinar by clicking on the links below.

Related Topics

Reporting and Evaluation

Resource Date

July 2005