In the coming weeks, the Ed-Fi Alliance blog will feature a number of posts from educators in the field discussing what has worked and what has not.
The Ed-Fi Alliance is pleased to release v1.2.1 of Ed-Fi technology, featuring a number of enhancements thanks to input from colleagues in the education community.
As part of the Ed-Fi Alliance, I love seeing how a new data standard has increased collaboration and a culture of sharing in education data systems sector.
Nicole Purser, an educator and data dashboard steward in a Central Texas school district, shares her perspective on using data in the classroom.
Several things struck me about SXSWedu this year, all of which can accelerate progress toward the greater goal of every student achieving their educational aspirations.
Those of us working at the Ed-Fi Alliance spend considerable time in the field listening. Our goal is to continue to push forward in our understanding of the problems that educators and education organizations have accessing, unifying and using their data.… Read More
Delaware was first – specifically, to ratify the US constitution. It was also, more recently, the first place winner in the 2010 Race to the Top competition to win federal grants aimed at putting technology to work to improve education.… Read More
How do we cut through the shadows to accomplish the goal of giving teachers better tools while also ensuring that sensitive student data is protected?
2014 is already proving to be the year when questions about appropriate education data use and student privacy protections come to the fore at the national, state, district and community levels.
In 2013, efforts to instill data-driven education in states and districts across the nation have matured. Lori Fey offers a year-end review.