Linked data might improve understanding of student performance

04/28/2008 | Minnesota Public Radio

Legislation being advocated by some in Minnesota would allow that state's departments of K-12 and higher education to work together to electronically link educational data so education researchers can better study how K-12 experiences shape student performance in college, which in turn may help make the transition to higher education more seamless, supporters say. However, critics of the idea say such data sharing raises privacy issues.

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