All students deserve a great education,
and every adult working with children needs timely, useful information to support student learning. Effective data use ensures that students aren’t just counted but that each student counts.
This vision can become a reality for each and every student.
The Four Policy Priorities to Make Data Work for Students are a set of recommendations to ensure data is used to support learning.
Who We Are
DQC strives to ensure that everyone with a stake in education—especially families and educators—can access and use quality student data to raise achievement for all students. We are the nation’s foremost organization advocating for effective data policy and use.
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