December 24, 2010
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Government Technology

When students in Delaware transfer to another school district, they request paper copies of their records and take them to the new district's office to register. But that's as far as the records go. Their new teachers can't see any historical information in the district's database — they just see that the student is registered, said Bob Czeizinger, director of technology resources and data development at the Delaware Education Department. Between school districts and charter schools, Delaware has 37 different databases that track student information....

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