Debate continues around Indiana’s expanded data system

May 16, 2014

Indiana Data Collection Unites Parties, Angers Parents ♦ The Heartland Institute

This article discusses the debate around the Indiana Network of Knowledge (INK), the state’s longitudinal data system. In March, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed into law the House Enrolled Act No. 1003, which brings together data from K-12 schools, colleges, the state’s workforce development agency and businesses to enable trend analysis and to help schools adapt to employer needs. Workforce Data Quality Campaign is cited in the article.