TSDL: Teacher Student Data Link Project
Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and conducted by the Center for Educational
Leadership and Technology (CELT) with guidance and dissemination support from the Data Quality Campaign (DQC)

State Final Reports

Five critical components of Arkansas’ overall plan to strengthen its processes and systems related to the data link between teachers and students:


Colorado's work to develop the capacity to link teachers and students through their data system:


The Florida Teacher Student Data Link project includes one major project, the Roster Verification Tool (RVT), that was implemented in two phases:


How Georgia's work on four pilot projects lead to the state's Longitudinal Data System to function effectively, ensuring that students and teachers are correctly linked, rosters are verified, and course profiles are accurate:


Kentucky's assessment of where they were in readiness to implement a teacher-student data link and how they leveraged best practices from other states:


Louisiana’s accomplishments, challenges, and next steps with their three TSDL projects: Roster Verification, Data Movement Architecture, New Orleans Student Attendance Tracker System:


The Ohio Department of Education's priority was to develop the definitions and policies associated with establishing "teacher of record" for the teacher-student data link (TSDL):


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