The Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems Grant Program offers a variety of support resources (1.36 MB). These support resources, described briefly below, are designed to help education agencies with a variety of issues related to longitudinal data systems, including assessment issues, data governance, interoperability, data sharing, teacher–student linkages, external evaluations, and research.
Request Support Resources: States needing help in specific areas can request support resources from NCES. Contact Rosemary Collins or your SLDS program officer for more information.
SST members assist states with technical design, stakeholder communication, project management, data governance, early childhood initiatives, K12 systems, postsecondary systems, workforce data, and other areas critical to SLDS development.
The LDS Share is a dissemination venue for non-proprietary products and lessons learned from longitudinal data systems work conducted by state and local education agencies, including work funded by the SLDS Grant Program.