Districts use electronic data-tracking to improve teaching, learning

Two districts awarded funding under Race to the Top are working to turn around low-performing schools by using data as the basis for their decisions. In the Lindsay Unified School District in California, officials use the automated data-management system Educate to monitor students' progress electronically, sharing the information with students as well as educators. In Charleston County, S.C., officials have tied data to teachers' professional development in an effort to improve teaching and learning.

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