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Comparison of 2003 and 2005 Leadership Team Priorities: State-Level Infrastructure

A greater percentage of the 50 attending teams of the 2005 Leadership Summit (as compared with the 42 attending teams of the 2003 Leadership Summit) identified these four areas as a priority: Collaboration; Data Design, Collection, and Use; Professional Development; and State Systems Infrastructure.

Collaboration

In 2003, 38% of 42 teams identified Collaboration as a priority, whereas in 2005, 58% of 50 teams did.

Data Design, Collection, and Use

In 2003, 24% of 42 teams identified Data Design, Collection, and Use as a priority, whereas in 2005, 80% of 50 teams did.

Professional Development

In 2003, 29% of 42 teams identified Professional Development as a priority, whereas in 2005, 54% of 50 teams did.

State Systems Infrastructure

In 2003, 17% of 42 teams identified State Systems Infrastructure as a priority, whereas in 2005, 32% of 50 teams did.

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