Proposed Priorities for the School Pulse Panel Data Collection
In these comments, the Alliance for Excellent Education and partners commend the administration’s continued efforts to advance policies focused on equity and improving outcomes for historically underserved students, as well as provides some recommendations to advance shared educational equity priorities through federal, state, and local policy and advocacy. First, the Alliance for Excellent Education and partners support the disaggregation of data on enrollment, mode of instruction, and supports provided to students by student demographics. Second, the alliance and partners support the commitments to collecting and disseminating real-time information on the experiences of schools, students, and educators rather than a static, one-time survey. Third,, the alliance and partners strongly support the addition of high schools to the sample.
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