Data Are Most Powerful in the Hands of Teachers
States play a critical role in ensuring teacher access to data.
SLDS, ESEA, FERPA—Oh, my!
Federal policy around data is an alphabet soup. Here’s a lifesaver.
Which Students Are on Track for Graduation and Which Are at Risk of Failure?
Data can answer that question.
College and Career Readiness
Every state has committed to preparing all students for postsecondary education and careers.
Federal policy is an important lever for state progress in ensuring effective data use.
Local Data Use
States can take action on priorities to provide actionable data and ensure data literacy.
States can take action on data priorities to link, govern, and use data.
Privacy, Security, & Confidentiality
Policymakers and education stakeholders can appropriately and effectively balance the use of data to improve student outcomes.
States can take action on data priorities to build the capacity to collect, link, and use data about the educator workforce.