Parents deserve to know and understand how their child’s school is performing. The best way to do that is through a transparent, objective school accountability system. Learn more.
What Others Are Saying
— Data Quality Campaign (@EdDataCampaign) June 12, 2019
New, interactive data map feature added to Mississippi Succeeds Report Card provides a visual representation of state, district, and school-level data. Take a look! https://t.co/O109Zs44rG #msedu pic.twitter.com/AMExOzpg6p
— MS Dept of Education (@MissDeptEd) June 13, 2019
Mississippi parents: want to be an advocate for your child’s education but not sure where to begin? Our Ed Watch tool provides recent information & data on how MS is serving your child. https://t.co/6PkPiRUaz8 #EdWatch #EdWatchMS pic.twitter.com/Zy34pU5yIo
— The Education Trust (@EdTrust) June 8, 2019
This rural, low-income school used MAP Growth data as a teaching tool to turn around school performance. The results speak for themselves. https://t.co/aq12hRxyMR #edchat #education #teachers #MAPGrowth pic.twitter.com/7z0QPY6JVl
— NWEA (@NWEA) June 14, 2019
Who uses school accountability data? Why? How?
State-level school accountability is hard to get right for technical reasons, for political reasons and for one reason that is perhaps even more fundamental: there are so many different stakeholders. Learn more in this Excelined blog post.