Ed report ranks Delaware and Arkansas on top for data use

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

A new report by a non-profit education think-tank shows Delaware is making significant progress when it comes to data use.

For the first time in the report's nine-year history, two states have met the bar and have all 10 of the Data Quality Campaign's actions to ensure effective data use.

Those states are Delaware and Arkansas. But that doesn't mean Delaware's work is done.

Aimee Guidera is founder and executive director of DQC.

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