Just crowdsource it: Not so fast when it comes to school data | OPINION

Kari W. Patrick, a Kentucky English teacher, writes that states and districts should make school data more parent-friendly. “While I know the importance and relevance of accessing and interpreting data, unfortunately many parents are still not included in the conversation about school report cards.” Kari recognizes that conversations about school and student data can be intimidating, but contends that states, school districts, and even schools have a “responsibility to make the data digestible, and ensure that parents understand what the data points represent for their schools and children.”

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