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from all 50 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico will be available
on the web by the end of 2004.
* Give parents information about the performance and demographic makeup of their childrens schools, and other schools and districts across their state;
* Provide educators with tools to diagnose areas that need improvement and identify schools that use effective practices;
* Empower state and local policymakers by providing tools and benchmarks so they can monitor the progress of schools and school districts and make better policy decisions; and
* Report student achievement data to the media who will inform readers about local schools and their progress under No Child Left Behind (NCLB).
Dan Katzir, Managing Director of The Broad Foundation, says, Parents have a right to know how their students are performing in school, and whether they are learning in a particular school. The School Information Partnership provides a powerful tool for parents so that they can acquire the information they need to make informed decisions about their childrens futures."
"The School Information Partnership will allow parents, teachers, and administrators to see what is working well in our education system and where we need to devote more attention," said Governor of Georgia Sonny Perdue.
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