Quality of education in K-12 schools is critical for successful competition in the global economy. To aid in the improvement of their key indicators, many educational administrators and managers are looking to data management for help. A large cache of performance data exists for nearly all students, but using this data comes with challenges.

For years, it has been acknowledged that improvements in the educational system in the U.S. are needed to remain globally competitive. Increased standardized testing and other measurement techniques have helped, but there is still a long way to go.

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