Teachers in Virginia district have instant access to student data

10/5/2009 | Richmond Times-Dispatch (Va.)

Teachers and administrators in a Virginia district are managing student data digitally this year through a program called Dashboards -- replacing a system that required teachers to track student scores manually. The Dashboards program automatically updates student information, and teachers can use it to compare testing data with classroom grades as well as to evaluate their teaching.

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