Here, and the webinar will be held on Wednesday, April 30, 2014
12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., ET. An overview:

Join Dr. Neal Gibson, Director of the Arkansas Research Center, and members of the Urban School Improvement Alliance at this webinar to examine the potential and traps of longitudinal data systems; meeting FERPA requirements; and creating secure, private, and agile databases that require a minimum of capital investment and humanpower to maintain. This Bridge Event is one in a series hosted by USIA designed to help build capacity among local education agency (LEA) members to use and access data to address questions around improving low-performing schools. Paul Schlictman, District Coordinator for Research, Testing, and Assessment at Lowell Public Schools, in Massachusetts, will provide a response.

Who Should Attend?

District and school leaders across the Northeast and Islands Region and the United States, as well as state-level officials who manage or advise districts on the use of state and local longitudinal databases.

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