Data system helps California educators align student lessons

01/7/2010 | San Diego Union-Tribune

The California Partnership for Achieving Student Success is a statewide program that uses students' academic records to help educators align instruction for students. Created in 1998, CalPASS has collected data from 25 million students across the state, providing demographic information, test scores and grades to teachers, administrators and professors so they can customize what and how students are taught as well as provide more seamless educational transitions for students.

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