Washington lawmakers want schools to use Comprehensive Education Data and Research System data to help students on the verge of dropping out get back on track and to encourage more students to take classes that can earn them college credits while still in high school.
Washington lawmakers want schools to use Comprehensive Education Data and Research System data to help students on the verge of dropping out get back on track and to encourage more students to take classes that can earn them college credits while still in high school. PeopleImages Getty Images
Washington lawmakers want schools to use Comprehensive Education Data and Research System data to help students on the verge of dropping out get back on track and to encourage more students to take classes that can earn them college credits while still in high school. PeopleImages Getty Images

Lawmakers advance legislation to encourage schools to make better use of student data

February 24, 2018 12:00 PM