The Data Quality Campaign today released its latest annual assessment of the quality of education data collected by states, with a particular emphasis on efforts that link vital stats on K-12, higher education and the workforce. Other factors considered in the analysis were if states make education data public and whether that information is used in student-level progress reports. The group singled out Kentucky, Delaware, Maine, Indiana and Ohio for making noteworthy strides on data.
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