Students, parents, and school leaders need more information on out-of-school time programs.
No matter where military personnel serve, families should be able to see how schools are serving their students.
NAEP scores brought somber news, but leaders can use this as an opportunity for growth.
Counselors play an essential role in advising students on their post-high school options, and they need data.
As a companion to our legislative review resource, we’re sharing a deeper dive into a new data law.
Data plays an integral role in understanding where systems have previously failed Hispanic communities.
States must maintain transparency and share comparable information about student progress.
States don’t have enough information to determine whether there is a teacher shortage and identify where those shortages exist.
Leaders must dedicate more time, attention, and funding to investments in state P–20W data systems.
The onset of the pandemic left education leaders, families, and communities with more questions than answers.
What data linkages are necessary to support federal budget priorities?
State data systems are key to making federal budget priorities a reality.
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.