Website provides flexibility, trend data in looking at state's standardized test results.
Users can select which data elements they see and export those results to Excel.
Officials say it will avoid confusion; critics say the data should be accessible.
Users can access data for school districts or the state as a whole.
After nearly two decades of providing data on the state’s K-12 public schools, the Education Data Partnership is overhauling its website with a new look and updated interface that make the data easier to understand, use and share.