Educators to use additional data to reduce dropout rate

05/3/2009 | Washington Post, The

Additional data and student-tracking mechanisms are expected to help educators identify and help students at risk of dropping out of school, writes the editorial board at The Washington Post. The federal stimulus money for education includes $250 million for data collection, and many states already are taking steps, such as issuing identification numbers to students to help teachers track their progress.

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