The first year of the agreement that allows the Pittsburgh Public Schools (PPS) and Department of Human Services (DHS) to integrate data saw steady progress in building a collaborative relationship to improve the academic outcomes and well-being of students of mutual interest. By the end of 2010, the focus had shifted from organizational and technical issues to investigating ways to use the novel data resource for the benefit of students and to improve the effectiveness of the systems that support them.
This publication details the first initiative that was undertaken using integrated student data to develop strategies and interventions to improve education and well being outcomes.
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Click here to read about the data sharing agreement between PPS and DHS.