Finding the Time: How New Mexico is Easing Data Burdens and Supporting Data Use
Teachers do amazing things—but they can’t add more hours to the day.
I’m an HBCU Student. Better Access to Data Would Help Me Make Decisions.
Kareema shares her perspective as an HBCU student who can use better data.
Three Governance Bills Push States to Use Data to Meet State Goals
Legislators have the potential to sustain and maximize significant state investments in data by creating bodies that make data work…
Dual Enrollment Students and Programs Need Better Data
SLDSs oriented toward access are necessary for understanding quality dual enrollment programs.
Define and Design: Measuring Educational Equity
To combat growing inequities and support students, decisionmakers need role-appropriate access to contextualized data.
Three Federal Actions We’ll Be Watching For in 2023
Federal leaders must update data systems so that people can access data.
It’s Time to Act: 2022 Lessons on Data Use
Reflections on what we've learned in 2022.
K–12 Wraparound Supports Need Better Data Capacity
Students, parents, and school leaders need more information on out-of-school time programs.
Data is Essential for Supporting Military-Connected Students and their Families
No matter where military personnel serve, families should be able to see how schools are serving their students.
Using NAEP Data to Move Forward
NAEP scores brought somber news, but leaders can use this as an opportunity for growth.
Counselors Need Better Data. Students Depend on It.
Counselors play an essential role in advising students on their post-high school options, and they need data.
Legislative Update: Connecting Data Collection to Data Use
As a companion to our legislative review resource, we’re sharing a deeper dive into a new data law.
We envision a world where data is used to drive systemic change, economic mobility, and student success.
We advocate to change the role of data to ensure that data works for everyone navigating their education and workforce journeys.