Actionable Intelligence: Using Integrated Data Systems to by John Fantuzzo, Dennis P. Culhane

By John Fantuzzo, Dennis P. Culhane

Multifaceted social difficulties like catastrophe aid, homelessness, future health care, and educational fulfillment gaps can't be competently addressed with remoted and disconnected public provider firms. The Actionable Intelligence for Social coverage version addresses the restrictions to conventional ways to American public management.

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Since 2006, the US Department of Education has spent over half a billion dollars integrating data in state departments of education across the country (State Longitudinal Data Systems [SLDS], US Department of Education, 2010). Unfortunately, expending funds on hardware, software, and computer-science technicians to put data together does not in and of itself generate effective, efficient, and ethical use. Moreover, this integration expenditure involves a single major bureaucracy (education) and does not include information on the whole child or youth.

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